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Pringles
17th February 2007, 20:54
Hello guys,

I'm actually backing up a DVD with Dvddecrypter, DoItFast4u, CCE, BatchCCEWS, IfoEdit. This is not the first time I'm doing that with those tools. But, with this DVD, each time I'm ripping with DVDdecrypter the whole ISO or only the demuxed AC3 file, I get a delayed audio after multiplexing with IfoEdit.

The audio file is also "fixed" and a log was generated:
VTS__01_P01-80-448K-[-17]ms(fixed)-ch6English.txt

Source file information:

Sampling rate: 48 kHz
Nominal bit rate: 448 kbps
Framelength: 0x0700
Length: 189813frames (01:41:14,016)
There are 31.25 frames in one second.
17ms (00:00:00,032) ms to be cut at beginning.

Target file information:

1 frame (32ms) has been cut at start.
189812 frames (01:41:13,984) have been written.
There are 31.25 frames in one second.


Again, this is not the first time I get this kind of log that indicates the audio file got fixed. But, the audio plays more than 17ms before the video. I'd say something like 7 seconds.

I don't know how to figure this out, so your help would be appreciated ! :)

Thanks in advance

setarip_old
17th February 2007, 21:01
Hi!

What is the Title and Region of your original, commercial DVD?

blutach
17th February 2007, 22:50
Have you tried to remux with muxman? I'm going to transfer the thread to "Big 4".

Regards

Pringles
18th February 2007, 13:16
Hi ! The commercial DVD is Broken Flowers, R2. Is there something uncommon with this title ?

I will try muxman. What's the difference between muxman and IfoEdit ?

Thanks ;)

Pringles
18th February 2007, 16:04
Well, I just tried with muxman and the result is the same: I still get a delayed audio track !

If you've got any idea, I'll take it !

setarip_old
18th February 2007, 17:38
Hi!

Try ripping your DVD(s) using the easy to use "RipIt4me" package (Incorporates RipIt4Me, DVD Decrypter, FixVTS, and DVD Shrink). You can download this excellent freeware from:

www.ripit4me.org

While you're at that site, read the excellent "how to" tutorial...

Pringles
18th February 2007, 19:45
Hello, I would like to avoid DVD Shrink and use the video I encoded with CCE beacuse the quality is really good. And I only have a problem with the audio that was already ripped with DVD Decrypter, so how will it change this delay problem ? :confused:

As you suggested, I'll read the how to anyway :)

setarip_old
18th February 2007, 20:24
I wasn't suggesting that you use DVD Shrink. I was just pointing out that DVD Shrink is part of the RipIt4Me "package" - and its use is entirely OPTIONAL.

The important parts for proper RIPPING and "cleaning up" (This eliminates asynchronous problems) are the core RipIt4Me program, DVD Decrypter, and FixVTS...

Pringles
19th February 2007, 01:54
Thanks ! I'll give it a go tomorrow ;)

setarip_old
19th February 2007, 02:10
Let us know how it goes...

jel
20th February 2007, 03:40
if i were a betting man, my money would be on a short duration blank cell at the beginning of the vts that is causing the audio skew - if your post the .ifo overview we could prove this or not.

you can use delaycut to pad the audio stream for the duration of the blank cell, or find a tool that can trim the required frames from the beginning of the re-encoded m2v. (dont know of any offhand)

setarip_old
20th February 2007, 05:30
if i were a betting man, my money would be on a short duration blank cell at the beginning of the vtsprobably so - and this is one of the things that the RipIt4Me "package" takes care of in its "cleanup phase" (Step 3B followed by use of FixVTS)...

Pringles
27th February 2007, 02:20
RipIt4Me doesn't save the DVD as an ISO file (otherwise it can't change the IFO or sth). So I don't know how to load the resulting backup created by RipIt4Me into DoItFast4U !

Thanks :)

setarip_old
27th February 2007, 03:14
If need be, you can use "IMGBurn" in "Build" mode to convert the hard drive DVD "package" to an .ISO image file...

BigDid
27th February 2007, 03:53
RipIt4Me doesn't save the DVD as an ISO file (otherwise it can't change the IFO or sth). So I don't know how to load the resulting backup created by RipIt4Me into DoItFast4U !

Thanks :)
Hi,

There is an ISO mode; from the tutorial:
ISO Mode

This will rip the whole DVD to an ISO file. This is useful if you want to do a 1:1 copy of the original DVD, particularly DVDs that are not ARccOS or Ripguard protected. All you need to do is rip to an ISO file and then burn that ISO file to a blank disc.

RipIt4Me will tell you in the lower portion of the above window if your DVD is a single- or dual-layer disc.

It is strongly suggested to use ImgBurn to burn your DVDs. Simply double click the MDS file created with the rip to burn the ISO with ImgBurn.

For ARccOS or RipGuard DVD protected DVDs, you should not try to open the ISO in DVD Shrink for processing - it will give you odd results as no file cleaning has been done. If you want to use DVD Shrink or another processing program before burning, use one of the other ripping options.
http://www.ripit4me.org/guide.html#wiz1

Did

Pringles
27th February 2007, 12:55
Thanks setarip, I'll try that.

I just want to be sure of something:

if DVD Shrink can open my DVD, then I can rip it with RipIt4Me as an ISO file but otherwise I have to use the "hard drive DVD package" , right ?

In the ISO case, how is RipIt4Me doing to change IFO files ?

@BigDid
Yep I already read this tutorial and especially the last sentence of your quote ;)

setarip_old
27th February 2007, 21:35
if DVD Shrink can open my DVD, then I can rip it with RipIt4Me as an ISO file but otherwise I have to use the "hard drive DVD package" , right ?Sounds right...

Pringles
28th February 2007, 02:18
I just finished to reencode for the 2nd time Broken Flowers R2, main movie only with RipIt4Me and the usual DoItFast4u, CCE, BatchCCEWS, IfoEdit. The result is the same and I still get a delayed soundtrack :(

Something I don't understand is that when I rip the movie with DVDDecrypter and then open it with DVDShrink to reauthor it, the ISO file produced by Shrink doesn't have a delayed audio.

So I guess the problem comes after this operation.

If you've got any idea ... :confused:

Edit: Here are the links to the Ifos:
Original IFOS: [removed url]
RipIt4Me IFOS: [removed url]
Both play OK.

I deleted my reauthored DVD (IfoEdit result) so I can't post its IFO. If you need them, I'll post them tomorrow.

jel
28th February 2007, 03:50
hey pringles,

i removed your links to the ifo files as they are copyrighted content and we do not allow them to be posted here at doom9.

for those interested people here are the vts_01.ifo overviews:

ORIGINAL
VTS overview:

Menu attributes:
Video: MPEG-2 720x576 (PAL) (PAL 625/50) (16:9) (letterboxed)
Audio 1: Not Specified (Dolby AC-3) 2ch 48Kbps DRC
SubPicture 1: Not Specified (2-bit rle )

Title Set (Movie) attributes:
Video: MPEG-2 720x576 (PAL) (PAL 625/50) (16:9) (letterboxed)
Audio 1: English (Dolby AC-3) 6ch 48Kbps DRC (ID: 0x80)
Audio 2: Franšais (Dolby AC-3) 6ch 48Kbps DRC (ID: 0x81)
SubPicture 1: Franšais (2-bit rle ) (ID: 0x20,0x21)
SubPicture 2: Franšais (2-bit rle ) (ID: 0x22,0x23,0x21)

PGC_1 (program chain): [Title(TTN): 1] [01:41:22.17 / 25 fps] (Programs: 20) (Cells: 22) (uses VOB-IDs: 1,2,3)
[Ch 01] [Pg 01] [Cell 01] [V/C Id: 1/ 1] : time: 00:00:08.07 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:00:08.07] [Frames: 207] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]
[Cell 02] [V/C Id: 2/ 1] Layer Br.: time: 00:03:17.18 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:03:26.00] [Frames: 5150] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]
[Ch 02] [Pg 02] [Cell 03] [V/C Id: 2/ 2] : time: 00:04:51.01 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:08:17.01] [Frames: 12426] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 03] [Pg 03] [Cell 04] [V/C Id: 2/ 3] : time: 00:06:33.21 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:14:50.22] [Frames: 22272] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 04] [Pg 04] [Cell 05] [V/C Id: 2/ 4] : time: 00:04:25.10 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:19:16.07] [Frames: 28907] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 05] [Pg 05] [Cell 06] [V/C Id: 2/ 5] : time: 00:03:51.03 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:23:07.10] [Frames: 34685] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 06] [Pg 06] [Cell 07] [V/C Id: 2/ 6] : time: 00:04:43.07 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:27:50.17] [Frames: 41767] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 07] [Pg 07] [Cell 08] [V/C Id: 2/ 7] : time: 00:05:53.12 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:33:44.04] [Frames: 50604] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 08] [Pg 08] [Cell 09] [V/C Id: 2/ 8] : time: 00:04:38.23 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:38:23.02] [Frames: 57577] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 09] [Pg 09] [Cell 10] [V/C Id: 2/ 9] : time: 00:03:22.14 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:41:45.16] [Frames: 62641] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 10] [Pg 10] [Cell 11] [V/C Id: 2/10] : time: 00:02:42.20 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:44:28.11] [Frames: 66711] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 11] [Pg 11] [Cell 12] [V/C Id: 2/11] : time: 00:05:58.24 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:50:27.10] [Frames: 75685] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 12] [Pg 12] [Cell 13] [V/C Id: 2/12] : time: 00:04:39.15 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:55:07.00] [Frames: 82675] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Cell 14] [V/C Id: 3/ 1] Layer Br.: time: 00:00:00.15 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:55:07.15] [Frames: 82690] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]
[Ch 13] [Pg 13] [Cell 15] [V/C Id: 3/ 2] : time: 00:07:26.15 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:02:34.05] [Frames: 93855] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 14] [Pg 14] [Cell 16] [V/C Id: 3/ 3] : time: 00:06:11.12 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:08:45.17] [Frames: 103142] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 15] [Pg 15] [Cell 17] [V/C Id: 3/ 4] : time: 00:03:05.19 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:11:51.11] [Frames: 107786] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 16] [Pg 16] [Cell 18] [V/C Id: 3/ 5] : time: 00:07:17.04 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:19:08.15] [Frames: 118715] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 17] [Pg 17] [Cell 19] [V/C Id: 3/ 6] : time: 00:05:02.20 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:24:11.10] [Frames: 126285] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 18] [Pg 18] [Cell 20] [V/C Id: 3/ 7] : time: 00:05:52.16 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:30:04.01] [Frames: 135101] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 19] [Pg 19] [Cell 21] [V/C Id: 3/ 8] : time: 00:06:37.19 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:36:41.20] [Frames: 145045] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 20] [Pg 20] [Cell 22] [V/C Id: 3/ 9] : time: 00:04:40.22 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:41:22.17] [Frames: 152067] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]

PGC_2 (program chain): [Title(TTN): 2] [00:00:00.20 / 25 fps] (Programs: 2) (Cells: 2) (uses VOB-IDs: 4,5)
[Ch 01] [Pg 01] [Cell 01] [V/C Id: 4/ 1] : time: 00:00:00.10 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:00:00.10] [Frames: 10] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]
[Ch 02] [Pg 02] [Cell 02] [V/C Id: 5/ 1] Layer Br.: time: 00:00:00.10 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:00:00.20] [Frames: 20] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]


RIPIT4ME IFO:
VTS overview:

Menu attributes:
Video: MPEG-2 720x576 (PAL) (PAL 625/50) (16:9) (letterboxed)

Title Set (Movie) attributes:
Video: MPEG-2 720x576 (PAL) (PAL 625/50) (16:9) (letterboxed)
Audio 1: English (Dolby AC-3) 6ch 48Kbps DRC (ID: 0x80)
Audio 2: Franšais (Dolby AC-3) 6ch 48Kbps DRC (ID: 0x81)
SubPicture 1: Franšais (2-bit rle ) (ID: 0x20,0x21)
SubPicture 2: Franšais (2-bit rle ) (ID: 0x22,0x23)

PGC_1 (program chain): [Title(TTN): 1] [01:41:22.17 / 25 fps] (Programs: 20) (Cells: 22) (uses VOB-IDs: 1,2,3)
[Ch 01] [Pg 01] [Cell 01] [V/C Id: 1/ 1] : time: 00:00:08.07 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:00:08.07] [Frames: 207] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]
[Cell 02] [V/C Id: 2/ 1] Layer Br.: time: 00:03:17.18 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:03:26.00] [Frames: 5150] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]
[Ch 02] [Pg 02] [Cell 03] [V/C Id: 2/ 2] : time: 00:04:51.01 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:08:17.01] [Frames: 12426] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 03] [Pg 03] [Cell 04] [V/C Id: 2/ 3] : time: 00:06:33.21 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:14:50.22] [Frames: 22272] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 04] [Pg 04] [Cell 05] [V/C Id: 2/ 4] : time: 00:04:25.10 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:19:16.07] [Frames: 28907] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 05] [Pg 05] [Cell 06] [V/C Id: 2/ 5] : time: 00:03:51.03 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:23:07.10] [Frames: 34685] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 06] [Pg 06] [Cell 07] [V/C Id: 2/ 6] : time: 00:04:43.07 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:27:50.17] [Frames: 41767] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 07] [Pg 07] [Cell 08] [V/C Id: 2/ 7] : time: 00:05:53.12 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:33:44.04] [Frames: 50604] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 08] [Pg 08] [Cell 09] [V/C Id: 2/ 8] : time: 00:04:38.23 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:38:23.02] [Frames: 57577] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 09] [Pg 09] [Cell 10] [V/C Id: 2/ 9] : time: 00:03:22.14 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:41:45.16] [Frames: 62641] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 10] [Pg 10] [Cell 11] [V/C Id: 2/10] : time: 00:02:42.20 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:44:28.11] [Frames: 66711] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 11] [Pg 11] [Cell 12] [V/C Id: 2/11] : time: 00:05:58.24 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:50:27.10] [Frames: 75685] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 12] [Pg 12] [Cell 13] [V/C Id: 2/12] : time: 00:04:39.15 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:55:07.00] [Frames: 82675] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Cell 14] [V/C Id: 3/ 1] Layer Br.: time: 00:00:00.15 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:55:07.15] [Frames: 82690] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/yes]
[Ch 13] [Pg 13] [Cell 15] [V/C Id: 3/ 2] : time: 00:07:26.15 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:02:34.05] [Frames: 93855] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 14] [Pg 14] [Cell 16] [V/C Id: 3/ 3] : time: 00:06:11.12 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:08:45.17] [Frames: 103142] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 15] [Pg 15] [Cell 17] [V/C Id: 3/ 4] : time: 00:03:05.19 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:11:51.11] [Frames: 107786] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 16] [Pg 16] [Cell 18] [V/C Id: 3/ 5] : time: 00:07:17.04 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:19:08.15] [Frames: 118715] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 17] [Pg 17] [Cell 19] [V/C Id: 3/ 6] : time: 00:05:02.20 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:24:11.10] [Frames: 126285] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 18] [Pg 18] [Cell 20] [V/C Id: 3/ 7] : time: 00:05:52.16 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:30:04.01] [Frames: 135101] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 19] [Pg 19] [Cell 21] [V/C Id: 3/ 8] : time: 00:06:37.19 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:36:41.20] [Frames: 145045] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]
[Ch 20] [Pg 20] [Cell 22] [V/C Id: 3/ 9] : time: 00:04:40.22 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:41:22.17] [Frames: 152067] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/yes]

mpucoder
28th February 2007, 06:29
Take a look at the first cell with VobEdit and see if it is a slideshow, ie in the NAV pack the field "End PTM of VOBU if sequence_end_code" is non-zero.

Pringles
28th February 2007, 13:11
No problem Jel ;) In fact I didn't know how to post IFOs like you did !

@mpucoder
There is a 0 in the field you were talking about ! (I opened the first vob)

I join an image just in case I didn't follow your instructions well
http://img241.imageshack.us/img241/4088/image2yw5.gif

mpucoder
28th February 2007, 17:32
That is the correct field, and although it is zero in the first NAV with 7 seconds difference and an 8.07 cell it is still possible that a later NAV has a non-zero value.

Pringles
28th February 2007, 19:34
That is the correct field, and although it is zero in the first NAV with 7 seconds difference and an 8.07 cell it is still possible that a later NAV has a non-zero value.

I didn't get this part :o But I'll look for a non zero value in the next vobs.

Pringles
28th February 2007, 19:46
Oh oh it would take me many days to browse those vobs, is there a quicker method ?

mpucoder
1st March 2007, 05:20
Look at the last NAV pack of the first cell. You can locate the end of the cell with IfoEdit, look at VTS_C_ADT

Pringles
1st March 2007, 12:49
I didn't find a field with a non zero value in the last NAV pack of the first cell or in NAV packs around this one :/


http://img462.imageshack.us/img462/9462/image2jo0.gif



I won't give up ! I won't give up ! :D

Pringles
3rd March 2007, 12:47
Nobody ever had to face such problem ?

mpucoder
4th March 2007, 06:58
That is very strange. According to the cell map cell 1/1 is 206 seconds long, or 3:26.00, the exact sum of 1/1 and 2/1 in the PGC. Can you show us the PGC's cell map?

Pringles
4th March 2007, 15:08
Is this what you want me to show you ?

VTS overview: [...]

PGC_1 (program chain): [Title(TTN): 1] [01:41:22.00 / 25 fps] (Programs: 20) (Cells: 20) (uses VOB-IDs: 1)
[Ch 01] [Pg 01] [Cell 01] [V/C Id: 1/ 1] : time: 00:03:26.00 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:03:26.00] [Frames: 5150] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[ no/ no/yes/ no]
[Ch 02] [Pg 02] [Cell 02] [V/C Id: 1/ 2] : time: 00:04:51.01 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:08:17.01] [Frames: 12426] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 03] [Pg 03] [Cell 03] [V/C Id: 1/ 3] : time: 00:06:33.21 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:14:50.22] [Frames: 22272] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 04] [Pg 04] [Cell 04] [V/C Id: 1/ 4] : time: 00:04:25.10 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:19:16.07] [Frames: 28907] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 05] [Pg 05] [Cell 05] [V/C Id: 1/ 5] : time: 00:03:51.03 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:23:07.10] [Frames: 34685] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 06] [Pg 06] [Cell 06] [V/C Id: 1/ 6] : time: 00:04:43.07 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:27:50.17] [Frames: 41767] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 07] [Pg 07] [Cell 07] [V/C Id: 1/ 7] : time: 00:05:53.12 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:33:44.04] [Frames: 50604] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 08] [Pg 08] [Cell 08] [V/C Id: 1/ 8] : time: 00:04:38.23 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:38:23.02] [Frames: 57577] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 09] [Pg 09] [Cell 09] [V/C Id: 1/ 9] : time: 00:03:22.14 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:41:45.16] [Frames: 62641] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 10] [Pg 10] [Cell 10] [V/C Id: 1/10] : time: 00:02:42.20 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:44:28.11] [Frames: 66711] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 11] [Pg 11] [Cell 11] [V/C Id: 1/11] : time: 00:05:58.24 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:50:27.10] [Frames: 75685] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 12] [Pg 12] [Cell 12] [V/C Id: 1/12] : time: 00:04:40.05 / 25 fps [Pos: 00:55:07.15] [Frames: 82690] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 13] [Pg 13] [Cell 13] [V/C Id: 1/13] : time: 00:07:26.15 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:02:34.05] [Frames: 93855] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 14] [Pg 14] [Cell 14] [V/C Id: 1/14] : time: 00:06:11.12 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:08:45.17] [Frames: 103142] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 15] [Pg 15] [Cell 15] [V/C Id: 1/15] : time: 00:03:05.19 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:11:51.11] [Frames: 107786] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 16] [Pg 16] [Cell 16] [V/C Id: 1/16] : time: 00:07:17.04 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:19:08.15] [Frames: 118715] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 17] [Pg 17] [Cell 17] [V/C Id: 1/17] : time: 00:05:02.20 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:24:11.10] [Frames: 126285] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 18] [Pg 18] [Cell 18] [V/C Id: 1/18] : time: 00:05:52.16 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:30:04.01] [Frames: 135101] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 19] [Pg 19] [Cell 19] [V/C Id: 1/19] : time: 00:06:37.19 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:36:41.20] [Frames: 145045] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]
[Ch 20] [Pg 20] [Cell 20] [V/C Id: 1/20] : time: 00:04:40.05 / 25 fps [Pos: 01:41:22.00] [Frames: 152050] SP/ILVU/DISC/SA:[yes/ no/ no/ no]


Or is it the Video Title Set Program Chain Information Table VTS_PGCITI (or VTS_PGC_1) ?

Thanks for your help ;)

mpucoder
4th March 2007, 17:15
That does not agree at all with the information in post #19, but does agree with post #26. What I'm looking for is the reason for the loss of sync in demultiplexing. For that we need to keep looking at the original DVD. The original DVD is also where you should look for the non-zero end_of_sequence PTM value. The VTS summary in post #19 and VTS_C_ADT / NAV pack in post #26 do not agree, are they both from the original DVD?

Pringles
4th March 2007, 20:57
Hello, sorry I mixed the original IFO with the reauthored one without telling.
The IFO in post #29 is the reauthored one (IfoEdit) (muxman also gets the same result).

IFOs in post #19 are from the original DVD and from the RipIt4Me rip (movie only). When played both are OK ie: no audio sync error.

Then I start the DoItFast4u / BatchCCEWS / IfoEdit procedure. After authoring the DVD (#21, 26, 29) I get this audio sync error.

Should I still look at the original DVD ?

Anyway, I looked at the first cell and at the last NAV pack of the first cell of the original IFO with VobEdit and didn't see any non-zero zero values.

http://img253.imageshack.us/img253/6105/image2ix0.gif

mpucoder
4th March 2007, 23:34
Yes, we want to look at only the original to determine why remuxing is not properly synchronized. That image is of the second cell (Vob 2 Cell 1). What I'm looking for is an extended still in the first cell (Vob 1 Cell 1)

Pringles
5th March 2007, 00:14
Here is the last NAV pack of the first cell of the original IFO :

http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/1738/image2oy0.gif

I looked at every NAV packs in the first cell (about 3800 lines) and didn't see any non-zero value :(