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Old 22nd December 2013, 20:29   #1  |  Link
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AudSub Splitter - Audio & text subtitles cutter by .avs trim and more

this program is a GUI for vfr.py and trimsubs

Can split and cut audio, subtitle files and timecodes files

create QPFile and chapters file, as vfr.py and trimsubs do


With some other features like:-

* you can use the trims line in trims field directly without .avs script

that mean you can choose what suits you of inputting avs script, or put the trims line

* original audio container instead mka is default audio file output, However, you can modify it to mka and abbreviated internal mkvextract step to gain some time in large files if you do not mind .mka

* ("-v"‎ only‎) option will use (vfr.py 0.8.7), nothing except .mka supported in this case, you may not need this option in first place

* delay in output audio file name will change to 0 automatically

* no Python needed


download link http://sourceforge.net/projects/aud-subsplitter/

source code

note: make sure you have Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86) installed, or you can put the contents of this in AudSub_Splitter folder

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Thanks for the program.
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AudSub Splitter 2.5.7 was released with bugs fix
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Thanks for the update

Very handy program since I never can remember all the command line options for vfr.py.
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one question: my audio file from dgindex has -131 delay in its name... should i specify a delay manually or leave it?

i remember it deals with it automatically but i wanted to make sure.

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You should be able to use something like below as a DGIndex template (Read the docs)

Example.avs DGIndex Template file
Code:
### Filled in by DGIndex when using as DGIndex Template
VideoFileName   ="__vid__"
AudioFileName   ="__aud__"
AudioDelay      =Value("__del__")
################################################################################
MPEG2Source(VideoFileName)

AudioExt=RT_GetFileExtension(AudioFileName)

Audio=      (AudioExt==".ac3") ? NICAC3Source(AudioFileName,channels=2,DRC=0)
        \ : (AudioExt==".mpa"||AudioExt==".mp1"||AudioExt==".mp2"||AudioExt==".mp3") ? NicMPG123Source(AudioFileName,Normalize=False)
        \ : (AudioExt==".wav") ? RaWavSource(AudioFileName)
        \ : (AudioExt==".dts") ? NicDTSSource(AudioFileName)
        \ : 0

(Audio.IsClip ) ? AudioDub(Audio).DelayAudio(AudioDelay).Trim(0,0) : NOP    # Trim, chop/add audio to length
EDIT: I used RT_stats above for RT_GetFileExtension(), Need RT_stats. (Otherwise, loads of extra stuff needed)
EDIT: Yes of course you can do it manually, would recommend not doing so.
EDIT: Above, untested.
EDIT: Above uses NicAudio for guess what, audio.
EDIT:
Rough guide for DGIndex, copy template file (as above) into DGIndex Templates directory, and assign DGIndex:Menu:/Options/AVS Template/ to that file.
EDIT: In blue added
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one question: my audio file from dgindex has -131 delay in its name... should i specify a delay manually or leave it?

i remember it deals with it automatically but i wanted to make sure.

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you don't have to do it if it in the name
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you don't have to do it if it in the name
You sure about that ?
You dont if converted to WAV, but I would say you do if not (Thats the whole point of the __del__ template option).
If WAV then __del__ will be 0.0 (irrespective of original delay, compensated for when WAV produced).

EDIT: DGIndex User Manual, Audio Menu/ Output Method
Quote:
An important number is contained in the filename of the demultiplexed audio file: the delay correction for the audio relative to the video. In the example above, the audio delay correction is reported as -248 milliseconds. That means that the audio should be advanced by 248 milliseconds. The number -248 could thus be entered directly into VirtualDub's "Audio Skew Correction" edit box to achieve audio/video synchronization. Note that when AC3 tracks are decoded to WAV, their filenames do not contain a delay correction value because the correction is applied during decoding.
And from AVS Template
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You may also use the __del__ specifier to generate the delay value for use in DelayAudio(__del__).
EDIT: Ooops, I guess that I should have read the opening post, (thought the question by ~ VEGETA ~ related to DGIndex, and not your
AudSub Splitter), sorry
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you don't have to do it if it in the name
Yes that is what I thought, I slept without testing it. Now I will.

I remember they added this feature but I wanted to make sure, I suggest you put it in the main features of the tool itself.
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Yes that is what I thought, I slept without testing it. Now I will.

I remember they added this feature but I wanted to make sure, I suggest you put it in the main features of the tool itself.
it's in mkvmerge and vfr.py, this gui just rename the output delay to 0 automatically

but if delay not minus and first frame is 0 or something not big enough to override the delay then you need to do calculations yourself and specify the new delay that you will get from calculations manually in the muxing (or rename the 0 to it if you use something support that) or in avs
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I will pick the input fps 30000/1001 but what about output one? the video should be 23.976 fps as you know. I forgot this


it still gives me errors! no sync at all
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I will pick the input fps 30000/1001 but what about output one? the video should be 23.976 fps as you know. I forgot this


it still gives me errors! no sync at all
didn't face this before, make sure you write the trim line in official way

somthing like...
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Trim(2114, 31753) ++ Trim(35351, 49226)
and make sure it's before IVTC (especially decimate)

the output fps has most effect in qpfile, and none effect in audio cutting
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didn't face this before, make sure you write the trim line in official way

somthing like...
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Trim(2114, 31753) ++ Trim(35351, 49226)
and make sure it's before IVTC (especially decimate)

the output fps has most effect in qpfile, and none effect in audio cutting
Wait! I think I knew the problem. AudSub didn't do anything wrong. I guess the reason is the original TS is corrupt! especially first and last seconds (3~ seconds) which is usual in these files.

Now, I cut the thing using dgindex then did the usual... waiting for the result now. I will keep you posted.
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nothing worked!

the video is 23:55 min while the audio is 24:02 (with out fps = 30000/1001) and also wrong when choosing out fps 24000/1001

what is the problem
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nothing worked!

the video is 23:55 min while the audio is 24:02 (with out fps = 30000/1001) and also wrong when choosing out fps 24000/1001

what is the problem
try replace DGIndex.exe with the one in Attachments (I compile it by vs2012, it's dgindex158src_fix_mod_20160416 in https://onedrive.live.com/?id=8658EC...58EC275D9699D5), or better this https://www.solidfiles.com/v/2wnB7gv35LnK5 more up to date

or extract audio by other method (tsmuxer for example)

or use another source
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File Type: rar DGIndex.rar (181.0 KB, 69 views)
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well, I reverted back to using split_aud.pl and it gave the correct output file in 10 seconds. However, sync is still not correct for some strange reason!!!

I will try more tomorrow and give the final result here so that all people benefit from it. If needed, I will share the ts file with vs or avs file (tried both but nothing good). video and audio had the same trims but still no sync.
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I tried TSmuxer but it refused to even open the thing! it says the following:

http://i.imgur.com/MCURIXo.jpg

this is the raw TS: http://www.nyaa.se/?page=view&tid=857807

I cut it by dgindex so that there are no ads in the start and end, only in middle. And here is the trims that cuts them late: trim(0,20940)+trim(24538,46589)

so if you use that along with tfm.tdecimate (cfr cuz i use vs ones) you will get 23:54 clip. I just saw that the extracted audio by dgindex itself is wrong.

tell me if you got any results.

I guess i will use HorribleSubs 1080p video as the source for this week's episode.
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I tried TSmuxer but it refused to even open the thing! it says the following:

http://i.imgur.com/MCURIXo.jpg

this is the raw TS: http://www.nyaa.se/?page=view&tid=857807

I cut it by dgindex so that there are no ads in the start and end, only in middle. And here is the trims that cuts them late: trim(0,20940)+trim(24538,46589)

so if you use that along with tfm.tdecimate (cfr cuz i use vs ones) you will get 23:54 clip. I just saw that the extracted audio by dgindex itself is wrong.

tell me if you got any results.

I guess i will use HorribleSubs 1080p video as the source for this week's episode.
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to get same split_aud.pl behavior you can use "-v"‎ only‎ and join the output files

you can wait for the dgindex mod (Attachments Pending Approval), or fix your .ts with ProjectX or other method

or you can use another trick like mux it in mkv then use mkvextract or by using ffmpeg.exe to extract audio
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well, forget everything we just said. I remuxed it to mkv then used mkvextract to get the audio file out. then cut it using perl, after that did the delay manually via mkvmerge.

i could put the delay in the name to save the last step. I hope no one gets this issue because it was from the source file itself, as eac3to expected.... but i trusted dgindex more.


we should put more effort to make solutions for these issues
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