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Do they playback properly in Premiere before you render? If they playback fine when you export them as uncompressed wav, try exporting them to wav, then import that single wav back into your project, mute the other 3 channels, and then export your single wav and single video.


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You can recreate this effect with the CC Radial Blur effect set to "Fading Zoom" together with the Ripple effect or the Turbulent Displacement effect. Apply these effects to an Adjustment layer above your video layer and add a round mask in the middle with some feather to have the blur and distortion only on the sides of the screen. Use separate Adjustment ...


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As Jim Mack has correctly pointed out MKV (Matroska) and AVI are containers, and are both able to store many of the same streams without any change to the streams themselves, and thus the remuxing should be lossless. But there is one time where data is lost when remuxing from AVI to MKV. The thing is that some poor encoders in the day of AVI have created ...


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The setup that i use for something similar is: Step 1 - demux avconv -i in.mts -an -c:a copy video.mkv -c:a copy audio.ac3 Step 2 - audio editing For this i just open my audio.ac3 in Audacity and normalise the sound. At this time it may be a good idea to try to remove the noise. I reencode into Vorbis, but it is up to you what you wish to do. Let's say ...


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AVI and MKV are both containers, so in theory it should be possible to transfer your contents with no further loss. I can't say for certain if MKV can wrap xvid4, but it's very likely. You shouldn't need to decode / re-encode to transfer the contents, just demux / remux.


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What you want is generally called an "HDMI audio extractor". There are several hardware products on the market that will extract the audio in the HDMI stream to an audio out connection and pass-through the video part. A search on ebay gives you several results: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=HDMI+audio+extractor Though if you need very high quality ...



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