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Downloaded a movie- audio not synch

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by soban, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. soban

    soban Member

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    hi guys

    i downloaded a movie and its audio is not in sych. now how do i fix it?

    All the other solutions relate to the ripping or burning problem so i really dont know what to do. please help me.
    thanks
     
  2. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    You can try adjusting the video framrate although this would be a trial and error "solution" ... perhaps something to do with an AC3 filter also (i have no idea but i recall reading about AC3 messing with synchronization)
     
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    Sometimes the movie just hasn't been encoded well enough, and the two streams are out of synch. I used NanDub not so long ago to correct a/v synch problems. I had to extract the audio stream to a WAV, then convert it to an MP3, then re-save it to an AVI file.
     
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    thanks guys i used avifix that solved the problem but i cant stress enough to have a back up copy before u use avi fix. i used it on a movie and some how it ate the half of the movie so be really careful.
     
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    Yes very tru... whenever you use "automated correction" utilities (i.e., Avifixed, DivFix), always make a backup! :)
     

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