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Old 11 Jun 2005, 04:07 PM   #1
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Default 25fps to 29.976fps

I tried finding information in this forum about this conversion and all I found was to use avisynth but not instructions on how to do it, could you please provide them here using this or another program capable of doing this conversion which I tried to solve and keep getting unsynched video.
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Old 11 Jun 2005, 04:51 PM   #2
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See here. But it's better to get a player that can play PAL as well as NTSC. Save yourself a lotta problems.

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seeing your in the divx forum i assume you have an avi video.
as "blutach" stated it's much easier to get a compatible dvd player and save yourself alot of problems.
If you do want to convert IMO the best way is to de-mux the audio and video
encode the audio and video separately
check to see if the audio and video are the same length
correct if needed
mux the audio and video together
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seeing your in the divx forum i assume you have an avi video.
as "blutach" stated it's much easier to get a compatible dvd player and save yourself alot of problems.
If you do want to convert IMO the best way is to de-mux the audio and video
encode the audio and video separately
check to see if the audio and video are the same length
correct if needed
mux the audio and video together
yes that's what I did, the video was open with a text file in virtualdub and it had 29.97fps due to that avisynth file (this is very cool) I then recompressed the video alone and joined with the wav later.
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yes that's what I did, the video was open with a text file in virtualdub and it had 29.97fps due to that avisynth file (this is very cool) I then recompressed the video alone and joined with the wav later.
and how did it turn out ?
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and how did it turn out ?
It worked at first with my mpgs and 2 high res avi's but then I tried VCD PALS and the audio unsync by 2 or 3 seconds but I think this is a flaw with virtualdub when I haven't restart my pc for 4 days.
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if the audio is consistently out throughout the clip, you can easily correct this with a tmpgenc's "audio gap correct" feature.
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