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Old 2005-12-26, 09:50 PM
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Re: Looking for some TMPGENC help!!

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Old 2005-12-27, 02:58 PM
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Re: Looking for some TMPGENC help!!

your gonna want to use tmpgenc express. got to the mpeg tools button. demultiplex the .vob files to .m2v and wav. use vegas or audacity or soundforge or whatever your familiar with to match up the two audios exactly, stretching if required. Then remultiplex the new audio with the .m2v. This will allow you to add the audio without rerendering the video. Then you can use whatever program you want to author menus for the new mpeg2 files.
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Old 2005-12-27, 04:30 PM
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Re: Looking for some TMPGENC help!!

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your gonna want to use tmpgenc express. got to the mpeg tools button. demultiplex the .vob files to .m2v and wav. use vegas or audacity or soundforge or whatever your familiar with to match up the two audios exactly, stretching if required. Then remultiplex the new audio with the .m2v. This will allow you to add the audio without rerendering the video. Then you can use whatever program you want to author menus for the new mpeg2 files.

do i have to demultiplex the .vob files to .m2v and wav....cant i just add the video if i am going to add new audio????..i am using vegas
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Old 2005-12-27, 04:37 PM
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Re: Looking for some TMPGENC help!!

to my knowledge vegas doesn't recognize .vob files. or .m2v files. It only takes like 5 minutes to demux. you should only be using vegas to lineup/stretch the audio. Then export that new audio. Open tmpgenc back up than remultiplex the two together back into an mpeg2 file, which you can author with TMPGenc DVD author or DVD Architect or whatever else. There are some programs which can read the .vob files. DVDlab and I think Adobe Premiere for instance. It may be possible to open the .vob in those, input your second audio, and reprepare the files using the existing menus... I find DVDLab hard to use but there are people here who know how to use it.
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Old 2005-12-27, 04:42 PM
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Re: Looking for some TMPGENC help!!

i used TMPGENC to get the dvd onto my harddrive, then i put that into sony vegas and now am trying to synch up the new audio..then i go back to TMPGENC to redo the dvd with the new audio ..would this be right..?
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Old 2005-12-27, 04:47 PM
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Re: Looking for some TMPGENC help!!

yeah I think you've got it.

basically a .vob file is a .mp2 and .wav usually. you're gonna break it into these elementary streams so you can work on the .wav files with vegas, sf, etc... that can't work with them when they are combined. Then you're gonna have two wav files in vegas, sf, etc. cut out any xtras, etc... to make them EXACTLY the same length with the same start and stop point. This way they will stay exaclty in synch (assuming it was in synch to begin with). If the video is out of synch to begin with there are xtra steps. Once you have your new audio cropped, stretched, etc... you can combine it back with the video into a mpeg2 file (using tmpgenc) which than can be authored with any program. This will allow you to use your new audio without reencoding the video.

that afterdawn link above is the multiplex function of TMPGenc xpress.
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Old 2005-12-27, 05:15 PM
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Re: Looking for some TMPGENC help!!

ok thanks for the info..i am going to give it a try!!!
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Old 2005-12-29, 10:13 PM
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DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

I captured a killer show the other night.Derek Trucks Band,seeing how there is very little of thier stuff in circulation I would love to spread this far and wide.I have a killer audio source and a great video with some great close ups,and high quality camera.I am new to this realm.I have no idea how to sync the audio and video.I also have no idea how to torrent it.I would appreciate any help or assitance if somebody would like to take on the project.Well worth your time I am sure.Thanks
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Old 2005-12-29, 10:17 PM
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Re: DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

I am going to snag the video from camera and put it on a DVD disc.The audio from the camera is really good,but the audio source I want to import is a whole lot better.I have the audio on disc already.All is ready to go.Is this something somebody has to do that is really familiar with the band.Songs setlist.There were a few breaks in the filming process.Tape flips etc.So I am sure the audio and video wont be exact.Thanks for any suggestions or if anybody can help with this project.
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Old 2005-12-29, 10:19 PM
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Re: DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

Awesome! Did you use a tripod? Those shots look fantastic! The best way to synch video/audio is probably using sony vegas/architect...there have already been other threads on this issue but when I get time later, I can try to help...maybe somone else will chime in here for you.
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Old 2005-12-29, 10:25 PM
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Re: DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

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Old 2005-12-29, 10:31 PM
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Re: DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

No tripod,but the cool thing was I was in the balcony at the rail,and was able to rest it on my lap.Very stable for most part,but was moving camera when the music changed and shifting agles for close ups.Camera was not shaky or up and down for the most part like hand held because it was resting on leg.Very well shot with some great angles.Thanks Chachi ~ looking forward to working with ya ~ maybe.I understand if you are too busy.
I dont have Vegas,prob the only program I dont have.Thanks for the input
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Old 2005-12-29, 10:33 PM
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Re: DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

email me if anybody is interested in lending a hand
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Old 2005-12-30, 02:19 AM
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Re: DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

amazing..I cant wait...I wish I knew how to do stuff like that
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Old 2005-12-30, 12:30 PM
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Re: DVD synch help Video ~ Audio ?

i could prob try and help you out but like you said if you are not fam with the songs its a little harder so if someone else is they can have at it
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