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Old 28th July 2008, 12:50   #1  |  Link
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Need basic help about TmpgEnc sync problems.

In the hope this question doesn't get trashed by some paranoid folks who tend to call everyone just starting to post here some pirate or whatever....

Can someone help me with TMPGenc XPress losing sync between audio and video while dragging through the movie and optimizing the subtitles please ?

Something must have gone wrong on my system in the terms how audio and video are processed by external splitters or something like that.

I've lastly used TMPGenc XPress about 1 year ago, and then everything worked perfectly well, but some crappy converter I installed in the meantime must have done bad things in the way the sound and video are being processed.

When I open the AVI in GraphEdit,

The video part is routed like this :

Avi -> Avi Splitter -> ffdShow Video Decoder (rev: 1349) -> Video Renderer.

The Audio part is routed like this :

Avi -> Avi Splitter -> MPEG Layer-3 Decoder (v1.5 build 50, Fraunhofer) -> Default DirectSound Device.



For the paranoids, I have another 2 of the original DVD's here in my hands, I you want me to take a picture of them together with some 'Hello doom9.org"-paper, I will post it....
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Old 30th July 2008, 20:27   #2  |  Link
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Well, I finally fixed the problem using info from a forum with nice people.

I leave you ambidextrous communistic guys alone, have fun together with your so-called "backups".....
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