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Old 8th March 2002, 15:33   #1  |  Link
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DVD2AVI - Audio Settings?

Lately my encoded files are out of sync. I have the dolby digital set to demux and mpeg audio set to demux. If I demux dobly digital it shows an AC file with a -66ms difference. Then I run it through VOB2Audio to get the wave. In TMPGenc, I encode through the source encode (say 5000 frames) and it is out of sync. If I insert the
-66ms offset the audio sinc gets worse.

I have also ran it with dolby digital set at decode and mpeg audio set at demux and it is also out of sync, but the AC files shows no offset in comparison to the -66ms with the above settings. I have also tried to put the -66ms difference in the source encode feature of TMPGenc at it is also out of sync.

It seems the problem as started since I upgraded to 1.85, although a few dvds have the correct audio sinc. Maybe I should go back to 1.76.

In addition, should direct draw overlay be checked. I have no clue what that means.

Any ideas? I tried Bsweet with the same results.
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Old 10th March 2002, 07:09   #2  |  Link
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I just turned the Forced Film option off and everything is in sync. Can't explain it, but I tried it on another movie tonight with the same results.
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