>Da_test has it. Virtualdub. Google/Dogpile will find it.
You can also
>find a link to it from the tools section of Videohelp.com.
Yes, I managed to get VirtualDub to do the sample rate
conversion eventually -- that fixed the sound problem.
But it took me a while to find that before I could
use VirtualDub, I had to:
1) convert the files from DV Type 1 to DV Type 2
(dvdate did this nicely)
2) install the Panasonic VFW DV codec so that
VirtualDub can handle the "dvsd" video format.
(see <a rel="nofollow" style='text-decoration: none;' href="http://users.tpg.com.au/mtam/install_panvfwdv.htm" target="_blank">http://users.tpg.com.au/mtam/install_panvfwdv.htm</a>)
Now it works!
I hope this helps other Sony Camcorder owners
who fall into the trap/accident of using their
12-bit 4-channel sound option, then find that
Windows Movie Maker does not handle it correctly.
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