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  Topic: video and sound sync problem
hellboy

Replies: 4
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PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Wed 28 May 2003, 20:46   Subject: video and sound sync problem
So I checked the extracted video and audio files against the original. It's the audio that's out of sync. I tried a couple of things:

1. In TMPGenc, simultaneously converted the video and audio to ...
  Topic: video and sound sync problem
hellboy

Replies: 4
Views: 7664

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Mon 26 May 2003, 9:00   Subject: video and sound sync problem
Correction to my initial post. I meant to say the video portion of the xvid file was converted at 23.976 fps with a 3:2 pulldown making it 29.97fps which is why I believe the resulting m2v file is sli ...
  Topic: video and sound sync problem
hellboy

Replies: 4
Views: 7664

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Mon 26 May 2003, 8:07   Subject: video and sound sync problem
source file: 23.976fps xvid file

1. Used Virtualdub to extract an uncompressed .wav file.

2. Used TMPGenc to convert the 23.976fps xvid file to a 29.97fps m2v file so I can put it to DVD. Than ...
  Topic: trouble converting xvid file to mpeg2
hellboy

Replies: 2
Views: 6919

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Mon 26 May 2003, 7:53   Subject: trouble converting xvid file to mpeg2
Thanks! The first option did the trick. That's all it took.

The second option however was problematic since Premiere can't seem to read the xvid file at all.
  Topic: trouble converting xvid file to mpeg2
hellboy

Replies: 2
Views: 6919

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Sun 25 May 2003, 11:26   Subject: trouble converting xvid file to mpeg2
Hi, here's my dilemma:

Source format - 700MB xvid file (sound embedded in file)
Destination format - MPEG2 (DVD)
TMPGEnc settings used as outlined on this dvd-hq.info site.
Playback method - a ...
 
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