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Old 20 Jan 2005, 04:05 PM   #1
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Default Audio out of sync from TV series DivXing

Hi,

I have been backing up my Babylon 5 DVD box sets. I successfully and without incident divxed the first two seasons.

When I Gordian Knot the third season, the four programmes on each DVD are out of sync to varying degrees: the first one is perfectly in sync but the other three aren't. And each programme (ie. 1,2,3 or4) will differ with each DVD. Any ideas?

Also, the first two seasons were copied when I had a different OS installation (I had to do a total repartition & install to solve capturing/modem issues).

And, this probelm does not occur with divxed movies.

WinXP Home wSP2
Gordian KNot 0.28.7
DFI Lan Party NFII Ultra B mobo
512mb PQI ram
ATI GV-R9000Pro video card
1x SATA HDD
2xPATAP HADD
Winfast TV2000XP tuner card
Winfast PVR software
AGV free edition antiviral software
Zonealarm ver5.5.062.004

PS. will try with latest GK version AND all apps shutdown just in case it could be the antivirus programme. Will post results.

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Old 21 Jan 2005, 04:39 AM   #2
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Tried it with the latest version of GK and apps shut down, the issue still exists though I like the direct encode into Matroska.
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Old 21 Jan 2005, 05:03 AM   #3
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Also,

GK 33.1 did not:

1) encode the complete DVD -only about 1 hour 41 minutes of some 2 hours 41 minutes

2) when I copy each episode Virtualdubmod ends with a warning (MKV: not enough space reserved (47475 bytes) at the beginning of the file for the KaxSeekHead. Writing one at the end of the file). Have noticed when this occurs even though I have adjusted the interleaving, the new file's audio has not been adjusted.
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Old 22 Jan 2005, 06:13 PM   #4
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OK sorted.

The answer was so simple I was trying to make the job harder than it had to be.

I ripped the PGC files separately and there was no sync issues.

I will now practise pennance for the next three days as shown below.

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