Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition

Mr.Who 30 jan 2013 à 18h31
Intro movie sound stutters really bad.
Can i fix that ?
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Bossonova911 30 jan 2013 à 19h04 
I wish. i'm having the same problem and tried everything, mostly. according to the official forums they are working on it. what they should have done is worked on it before the game came out on steam.
Bear 30 jan 2013 à 20h30 
Wow you guys pick on people that stutter, thats just low man.
yellownumber5 31 jan 2013 à 6h20 
The Intel problem? I've been in that same boat since they released it late last year on their own site. They put in the game requirements that Intel video is not supported, but they really need to advertise that more conspicuously. A lot of people buy it without noticing. There are a few tricks in their forums that seems to get most up and running somewhat playable, even if it means dualbooting in Linux. In my case that is not an option, and I have one of the chips that none of the other fixes seem to work. They say they are working on it, but who knows how long that'll be and if it even follows through.
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Bossonova911 31 jan 2013 à 6h44 
nope not the intel problem. I have realtek sound. i checked the official forums and there are many others with realtek sound that are having a problem as well. If that is my only problem then i can be happy with that but i just don't want to roll a character then meet a game breaker bug late in the game. Then that would ♥♥♥♥ me off for sure.
Roden 2 juil 2013 à 19h58 
Just bought the game and the movie sound is horrible a lot of skipping and stuttering. Didn't want to start a new thread with this one already existing. I noticed this thread was started over six months ago and was wondering if a fix has been found since?
Eumenesthecardian 3 juil 2013 à 5h40 
yeah i just bought it myself on sale, got exactly the same stuttering during the movies to the intro for the game and The Black Pit, been looking around and can't really find any solid solution, tried installing OpenAL didn't work, it's a shame cause something like that is really irritating on a game i just paid for
Bossonova911 3 juil 2013 à 5h54 
Sleazus 11 juil 2013 à 8h05 
I did a bit of searching and while not fixed here is a temporary measure:

Hwesta Posts: 5
December 2012 edited January 1
smal sized encoded videos is only solution now try this: {LIEN SUPPRIMÉ}
1- replace all files inside movies folder to:
"C:\Program Files\Beamdog\Baldur's Gate - Enhanced Edition\movies"

2- replace intro.wbm inside intro folder to:
"C:\Program Files\Beamdog\Baldur's Gate - Enhanced Edition\lang\en_US\movies"

3- if u wwant old opening video rename old_intro.wbm to intro.wbm and
do 2....
*** black pit video : {LIEN SUPPRIMÉ}
NOTES: This is smaller sized encoded videos of bgee
For old computer and glichy sound problems.

Yes they are SMALL videos, but there's no horrible sound

if you want to try it yourself:

Go find FFMpeg and then:

Nukenin Posts: 327
December 2012
@ljbo Here's the settings I use:

-codec:v libvpx -quality good -cpu-used 0 -b:v 2000k -qmin 10 -qmax 42 -maxrate 2000k -bufsize 4000k -threads 4 -vf scale=-1:480 -codec:a libvorbis -b:a 128k -f webm

It's about the same bitrate as the original so no worse in quality, I'd imagine. No better, of course, since you're only going to get as good as the input quality. :D

The intro.wbm and blackpits.wbm (Black Pits intro) are both located in Data\00766\lang\en_US\movies; presumably so that localized versions can be made available.

Taken from:

I hope someone can find this useful or less bothersome
KravenMoorhead 20 juil 2013 à 13h40 
Thanks! They are smaller resolution but at least they play with out any issues!
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