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Old 18th October 2009, 12:54   #1  |  Link
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Syncing Audio and Video

Hi,

can anybody tell me how to sync audio and video on Mac OS X?

On windows I took always media player classic (MPC) to get the correct delay, because in this player I could load video and audio together and then set the delay and the finaly mux them with MKVToolnix with the delay-time.

But how can I do this on Mac OS X? Does anybody know a player where I can find out the delay so fast like in media player classic on windows?
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I don't know if there's a player for OS X that can play audio from a separate file, but how about muxing the unsynced tracks to Matroska first, play the resulting file and find the correct sync offset by adjusting it during playback? In VLC this is done with keys K and J, and in MPlayer with keys + and -
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I don't know if there's a player for OS X that can play audio from a separate file, but how about muxing the unsynced tracks to Matroska first, play the resulting file and find the correct sync offset by adjusting it during playback? In VLC this is done with keys K and J, and in MPlayer with keys + and -
Thank you!!! This is exactly what I need. I didn´t know that VLC is able to adjust the audio. The keys are F + G
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Thank you!!! This is exactly what I need.
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I didn´t know that VLC is able to adjust the audio. The keys are F + G
You seem to be using an old VLC version. The keys were changed in 1.0 because many players use F for fullscreen.
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Cheers!

You seem to be using an old VLC version. The keys were changed in 1.0 because many players use F for fullscreen.
No, I´am using version 1.0.2
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Ok, I was confusing things. Looks like the bindings are completely different in the OS X VLC interface.
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