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Try converting the file outside of PP to another format.
That's exactly what I tried to do with VirtualDub's File > Save As AVI. If other options are available, they'd need to also be lossless; I don't want to lose video quality in the process
What codec was used?
I was simply following a guide on fixing AVI's which said to use direct stream copy mode to save as an AVI (among many other solutions); I didn't change any codec settings, and I can't find any either (I usually don't use VirtualDub for anything, but I don't see codec options in the preferences).
I suppose cutting out the frames may be my only option. It probably won't noticeably affect the final quality; it's just a rather tedious solution.
use direct stream copy
That won't actually fix it, though. You need to reencode in VDub. You should find them under the Video menu.