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Old 2006-11-18, 07:13 AM
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Hey. Is there a program to re-sync picture with audio, when I have a concert in dvd-files -format? (vobs, ifos, bups). The audio and picture are out of sync to an unbearable extent (in my opinion). Years ago I did this with some .avi files (which is of course a different game all together) with a program called VirtualDub. But with these dvd files, I don't know how it could be done. I'd somehow need to extract the audio stream and re-attach it - anyway this could be done??

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Re: Re-syncing of audio?

basically, you need to demux into seperate video & audio files, re-sync with an editing prog [such as Vegas mentioned above], and then re-authored...make sure yer not re-compressing the files tho when authoing to dvd again
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