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Delayed sound on video...program suggestions?

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by PetahG, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. PetahG

    PetahG Guest

    Hi ...Let me get to teh point... I have a video file on my PC but teh sound is delayed. Anyone know a good and easy to use program for fixing this problem??
    Thnx, any suggestions are much appreciated.
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    If you just want to watch it on your PC open it with 'Media Player Classic'.
    Click Play>Audio>Options..check the 'Audio Time Shift' box, enter a +/- value.
    Remember to uncheck the box before opening the next file, else you will have a sync problem when you watch it.

    If you are familiar with VirtualDub you can adjust it in Audio>Interleaving then put a value in 'Skew'.
     
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  3. PetahG

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    Hi thnx for teh suggestion..I downlaod Virtual Dub and went to audio and all that and put in a value..but its didn't do anything at all. I tried many different values but notyhing hapenned. The audio is about 30 seconds behind. So I put in many different values but it didn't change at all. Any suggestions on what im doing wrong or what is going wtrong
    thnx
     
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    This is an downloaded AVI that has a 30 second delay?
    The entry in VDub would be -30,000 ms in the skew.
    I don't even know if it would accept or process such a value.

    You can confirm that number with AVI-MUX-GUI
    http://www.alexander-noe.com/video/amg/
     

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