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Old 25th May 2005
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Default Audio Speed Change, or Audio Offset for playback

I wonder is it possible to change offset of audio, because in some plays those seem to go off-sync.

Is there a way to change the speed of audio, in small steps, like I can do with the subtitles?

I would really like to the same with the audio track currently playing, because when MacGyver speaks, the Dalton's voice is still coming out from my speakers!

Maybe I can make the sound syncronised with the picture.. there might be speed or offset diffirence, which might be saved with these small steps manually made.

The problem usually is with those rare TV-shows recorded years a go.. like MacGyver or similar.
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If video and audio are out of sync (perhaps check if this is the case in more players), as this could well be a fault in the movie-file itself.
If you have a movie with AC3 sound and are using AC3 filter: in AC3filter (system tab) there is a possibility to "shift" audio.
A definite solution would be to re-sync the file yourself using i.a. "VirtualDub", "VirtualDubMod", "VirtualDubMpeg", "Nandub" or even an application like "AVI File info". By doing so, you would not have to "move the audio" everytime you (re)play that particular movie.
I personally always do so (before burning to CD) and I've always succeeded in achieving a correct sync.
E.g. when using VirtualDub you select "direct stream copy" for both audio and video and use the "auto skew correction" of the "interleaving" tab of "audio".
Maybe fiddle around a bit first to get it right and note 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! (Since you're using direct stream copy for both audio and video it only takes a few minutes anyhow).
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