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Old 30 Jun 2003, 06:54 AM   #1
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I have problems with some syncronization with serten AVI-files and some downloaded subtitles, the subtitles comes before the speech and they are running faster and faster , is there anybody there can give me an smart advice to a program there with simple using tools makes it possible to make the speech and subtitles syncronized???
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Old 30 Jun 2003, 10:03 AM   #2
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If those "problem" .AVI files contain VBR (Variable Bitrate) .MP3 audiostreams, you might want to convert them to CBR (Constant Bitrate) .MP3...
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Thanks for the tip, that can be the problem.

Witch prog. would you suggest me to perform that kind of action with???
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"Thanks for the tip, that can be the problem."

My pleasure ;>}
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the problem might be wrong sub files for the wrong versions, esp. if its a ripped avi, try to look for the right version.
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Its a Ripped AVI-file allright but is there not a simple progran there with few tools can syncronize the two things to eath other????
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there are progs that help you with synchronization, but u do the msot part manually, urself...
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