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Old 9th February 2020, 15:05   #1  |  Link
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Using bdrebuilder to stick an audio offset into a bluray

I want to reauthor a uhd bluray where the audio is -210ms off from where I think it should be. Is there any easy way to import the UHD and export it as a 1:1 (i.e. no renecoding, everything exactly the same menus and all, except for the one playlist that I care about having audio shifted?

and if so, is there a guide for that?
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You would remux that offending stream using tsMuxeR.
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You could import it into BD-Rebuilder using the undocumented IMPORT_FORCE_DELAY option. So for your case you could add:

IMPORT_FORCE_DELAY=-210

to the [Options] area of your INI file. Don't forget to remove it after you're done!

After the import you could set FORCE_NOENCODE=1 or set a very large output target to keep it from reencoding. Then rebuild.
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