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Old 10 Jan 2003, 12:10 PM   #1
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Question Divx with VBR audio split

I've made a divx 5.0.2 avi, but I need to split it in 2 parts since it's 1,7 gb. My problem is that, splitting it with both virtualdub and nundub, the audio track loses sync with video (I think because it's a VBR audio track). Anyone can help me, please ?
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Old 10 Jan 2003, 02:31 PM   #2
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Did you cut at a key frame? If not, I would suggest you split at a key frame

If the above fails to work, under video select framerate, and then "change audio and video durations so that they match (something like this)"
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Old 10 Jan 2003, 03:41 PM   #3
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Try using virtual dub again and in the audio options block choose direct stream copy. and then do the same in the video options.
That will copy both video and audio as it is being extracted by virtual dub. Hope that helps.
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Try using virtual dub again and in the audio options block choose direct stream copy. and then do the same in the video options.
That will copy both video and audio as it is being extracted by virtual dub. Hope that helps.
Errr.... You should never use virtualdub to cut avi files with vbr mp3 audio. You must use nandub.
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Old 10 Jan 2003, 10:29 PM   #5
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I've tried all your suggests but I haven't solved my problem:
in the 1st part the audio track plays 10-15 sec after the end of video track, while in the 2nd part those 10-15 sec of audio miss and audio isn't syncronized with video (which goes 10-15 sec after audio).
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then use 10000 - 15000 ms delay in the interleaving settings
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