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Old 22 Jan 2002, 11:10 AM   #1
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Question Problem with multiplexing.

I've got a problem. I ripped a dvd into avi and mp3. I used FlaskMPEG, if that matters. Then I used VirtualDub to multiplex those two files in to one avi file. But when I checked the file out, there were audio sync problems. So I used Terabit Avi Info to find out what to do with the audio. The result was to compress down to 99,8522%. From about 8260 seconds to about 8248. So I used Cool Edit 2000 and did so, and then multiplex'ed again. But in the new avi file I've got the same audio sync! I've got one point in the movie to check, and it's exactly (!!!) the same problem! So I'm confused about what to do? When the audio file is compressed by 12 seconds, how can the same problem come once again?

Please help!

Thanks in advance!
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Old 22 Jan 2002, 03:48 PM   #2
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If you're using Flask, why aren't you geberating a single video/audio file rather than two separate files? (I'm always anxious to learn something new)

What version of Flask are you using?
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