“I am using two Samsung SC-MX20. They give me really good video in low light, however, Samsung uses MPEG-4 compression
“The .avi file has two audio tracks, Spanish and English. When I use a converter to get it ready for my iPod, it will use the Spanish track. How do I get a converter that I can chose which audio track to use?”
Since I don’t know which converter you’re currently using, I’ll offer an easy solution that will get you the result you want without buying more software and an investment of about 5 minutes extra time. Before you covert the video file, open it in VirtualDubMod, modify the audio properties of the file, and save it without needing to recompress the audio. You can either save a copy with the Spanish track still there or overwrite the file and ditch the Spanish track altogether. Here’s how it works:
“I have recently purchased my first video camcorder, a Sony DCR-SR55E. Are you able to offer me some advice on
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