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quentin 6th August 2003 11:10 PM

audio/video asynchronised
 
I downloaded a movy in .avi and have got sound + image but they are not synchronised. Do you have an idea, I couldn't find answers int his bug reports forum.
Quentin

BSPeter 7th August 2003 12:36 AM

This issue was raised in this forum quite a few times already. If you use the [Search] button you will find it easily.
The best solution is to resync the subtitles (which often come from a different source than the movie). I personally use (and very much like) "subsync" which you can download from Vladimir's site at pandora belgium.
E.g. see: http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?p=5958#5958
:wink:

quentin 7th August 2003 06:22 PM

I read it
 
Thank you BSPeter for your help but I had read this topic, it talks about problem between subtitle and video. My question is about audio / video. I ear the sound 0.5 sec 4 secondes before the image ... and trust me, I tried to follow a movy : it's almost impossible !
Do you have an answer for this asynchronisation ?

Quentin

BSPeter 9th August 2003 11:33 AM

:oops: You're so right.
I apparently didn't read your question properly and more or less "jumped to a conclusion"
I'll make a billboard for myself saying:
"First put brain at work before letting fingers tap the keyboard". :P

However, I have occasionally come across your problem in the past with a few videos and I've always been able to rectify it using VirtualDub.
http://www.virtualdub.org/index
Whilst using "direct stream copy" for both audio and video, you can use the "auto skew correction" of the "interleaving" tab of "audio".
Maybe you have to fiddle around a bit first to get it right, but I've always succeeded. (And you do not have to do the whole video to try of course; just a short piece (with voice) will do to find out if the setting you're using is OK!)
Success!!
:wink:


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