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Old 9 Jan 2002, 07:05 AM   #1
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Hi, Im trying to cut a divx film, .avi - The file is 733 meg in size and I want to cut this in half then burn the two files to two SVCDS.

My problem is when cutting the divx and sorting the sound sync. I have read the guide on this site which tells you exactly what to do.

Once cut the sound is widely out of sync, I follow the instructions and get these values

A: 23.976
B: 23.977
C: 0.001
T: 3231.911 (53mins51.911secs)

0.001 * 3231.911 / 23.976 * 1000 = 134.797 (ive tried that value and rounding it up to 135)

As the video is in front of the sound, Ive put this in the end offset time box and hit save as avi.

After its finished its still way out of sync. Also I have noticed that even after first splitting the avi I have pulses in the video. Seems to play about 2x speed for a couple of secs every so often then go back to normal speed? (I did cut on a key frame is this makes any difference)

Im using the virtual dub as described in the tutorial and I feel I must be doing something really stupid here but cant see whats wrong?

Any help greatly appreciated, Thx, Soul
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Old 9 Jan 2002, 09:02 AM   #2
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It has been said on this forum before:

use nandub for cutting the avi

Don't know why but VDub cutting gives a lot of "out of sync" problems that you don't have when you use Nandub
The methode is the same, so you don't have to read a new tutorial

Also cut on keyframe, why don't you anyway ?
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Old 10 Jan 2002, 09:16 AM   #3
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Cheers, Ill give that a try.

Its my first time tryin to make a svcd, I was just tryin to add as much info as poss thats all.

Lets see if this works this time
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Old 10 Jan 2002, 09:30 AM   #4
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Yer, sweet, cut it without any out of sync audio first time. Thanks for the help, appreciated.
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Old 10 Jan 2002, 09:32 AM   #5
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Whats the best way for me to get this avi to SVCD now then in your opinion. Im currently just dragging the avi into nero and letting it encode and burn the movie.

I have a feeling alot of people are gonna gasp in horror when they hear thats my way
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..............Im currently just dragging the avi into nero and letting it encode and burn the movie.
I have a feeling alot of people are gonna gasp in horror when they hear thats my way
I am for one.

first of all for Nero to make a Svcd you need the plugin and accoording to my information you either have to have the "illegal" one or buy it.

Second of all; if you are new at this that don't aim too high

First make a VCD (good enough quality -for most moviez- and less hasle)
The way to do it is:
get TMPGEnc + plugin
load your avi into the TMPGEnc ...........select the correct template and .......................wait (depending on your computer it can take some time)
Now you have converted the avi-file into a mpg file

THEN use Nero for making a vcd out of the mpg

If this is not clear (i wrote it in a hurry) then PM me and i will tell you in detail (although everything is pretty much said )
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