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Old 21 Dec 2008, 08:26 AM   #1
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Hi guys,

i have a DVDRip of a movie in High quality....in english language.

And i have a bad VHSRip of the same movie in russian language.

Now....i want to put the russian audio, on the high quality (DVDRip Version) of this movie.

I tried the following.

-extracting both audios of movie as mp3.
-opening them both in audacity (free audio editor) and trying to give them same timing....but this task seems to be more time consuming than i though....and i did not even succeed...because i went by changing speed of the VHS-audio (russian version)....like +2 or -2 and so on...

then i wanted to import it as audio track into the video (dvdrip-high quality)....but after few minutes...the sound was not inync anymore


any trick or tutorial on doing this thing of audio replacement in a decent and most effective way? any available online tutorials maybe?

and what are the tools....free or commercial for this?

thanks in advance.
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Old 21 Dec 2008, 08:38 AM   #2
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MP3 is no good for DVD - it needs to be AC3

Sounds like one is NTSC and the other is PAL - this could cause the sync problems. First extract the desired language in AC3. Then use BeSweet to change the sync. Or use BeSweet to convert from MP3 to AC3.

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well...to be honest, the HQ quality Version (here mentionened as DVDRip) is in HD, mkv, 720p form.

i did not say this, in order not to complicate things....but it probably matters?
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It matters since the source material is not yours.

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