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Old 18 Aug 2003, 10:42 AM   #1
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hey everyone.. ive just authored a dvd with seperate video and audio files, but the sound is a little bit off skew.

im just wondering where in the IFO files, is the setting for adjusting Audio Delay?

im had a look through IFO edit, but there are way too many.

any help would be greatly appreciated..

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Old 19 Aug 2003, 02:14 AM   #2
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Patch it up using Virtual Dub and re-sync the sound with the video
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Old 19 Aug 2003, 02:21 AM   #3
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"Patch it up using Virtual Dub and re-sync the sound with the video"

What are you smoking?

"ideas_man69" is dealing with MPEG-2 video and audio streams - and you suggest using VirtualDub?

What's he/she going to do with the resultant .AVI file (the ONLY output format of VirtualDub) that you would have him/her create?

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oops - was reading two things at once there on the split screen. Thought it was AVI - then it could have been patched up in Virtual Dub and converted to Mpeg2 and then VOB format using the TMPGEnc programs. Ah well, what would you suggest he/she do because i dont know?
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no need to fight ladies.

i found a program that adds or subtracts a specified length of time to an AC3 track.

thanks anyway..
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