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Old 12th October 2004, 13:26   #1  |  Link
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audio stream delay

How does it work I wonder: when you specify the delay does VDub(Mod) add/remove samples from audio stream, so that if you demux the audio from a synched source then you don't have to specify the delay if you neede to mux it again? Thanks.
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Well, I know that VirtualDub does apply the skew amount when you use its "Save WAV" function (i.e., the resulting WAV will have samples added or removed). I'm not sure about VirtualDubMod's "demux" function though.
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Actually now that I think of it: its must be added in the resulting AVI anyway otherwise AVI would have to contain delay in it. So demuxing will have those samples as well...
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nandub/vdub/vdubmod adds junk data (0s) in 1152 bytes increments. These 0s are in the mp3 when using either "save wave" or "demux". The former just has the 58 wave header as well.
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