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zagor 08-25-2004 02:37 PM

simple way to do time stretching of a mp2 file?
 
There is a simply way to do a time stretching (+1 sec) of a mp2 file's ?

I want to do a file .mp2 of 2:01:53 from file of 2:01:52.

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Prodater64 08-25-2004 02:51 PM

Re: time stretching question
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by zagor
There is a simply way to do a time stretching (+1 sec) of a mp2 file's ?

I want to do a file .mp2 of 2:01:53 from file of 2:01:52.

byby

Hi Zagor, Is it really 1 second a problem.
Many audio and video files have 1 second lenght difference because ms difference and programs round action.
But anyway with Besweet ota options (both options found in BS GUI as "delay" and "Append silence of" options):

-d apply delay correction to file
example : "-d 10" will add 10miliseconds of silence to the beginning of the encoded file

example : "-d -20' will skip the first 20milliseconds of the original file

-e append silence to file

example : "-e 8" will add 8miliseconds of silence to the end of encoded file

1 second = 1000 ms.

http://besweet.notrace.dk/ota.html

Dialhot 08-26-2004 03:32 AM

I confirm that one second can't be a problem. If the audio is out of synch, proceed by adding a delay (that can be negative) like Pro said.

zagor 08-26-2004 01:56 PM

reply
 
The problem is in the divx, it has of the frames corrupted and when i make
the muxing the first part of the film is in synch, while the second part
is out of synch.

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Dialhot 08-26-2004 06:55 PM

Oh ! Then even a time streching won't help you. The best is to drop the source and try to find an other version.

Prodater64 08-27-2004 01:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
Oh ! Then even a time streching won't help you. The best is to drop the source and try to find an other version.

Where?

It is better rip DVD again and encode mpg straight, not avi intermediate.

Boulder 08-27-2004 02:00 AM

One option would be to make a WAV file out of the audio track you want to stretch, then open the WAV file in an audio editor and add the silence in the spot where the sync problem begins.

Dialhot 08-27-2004 03:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prodater64
Where?
It is better rip DVD again and encode mpg straight, not avi intermediate.

Who is talking about movies ? TV shows are often provided by more than one team (LOL, BT-NET for instance). I use to DL each ones in order to keep the best (even if I do not do KVCd from that personally...).

Prodater64 08-27-2004 04:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
Quote:

Originally Posted by Prodater64
Where?
It is better rip DVD again and encode mpg straight, not avi intermediate.

Who is talking about movies ? TV shows are often provided by more than one team (LOL, BT-NET for instance). I use to DL each ones in order to keep the best (even if I do not do KVCd from that personally...).

I don't knew it. Where can I download it?
(I confused as Zagor is speaking about "film")

Dialhot 08-27-2004 04:23 AM

Answered in PM.

rds_correia 08-27-2004 04:49 AM

Hey :)
Why don't you share it with us:?:
I guess TV broadcasts are completely allowed to be in the wild, right ;-)
I'dd like to know it too :P
Cheers

Dialhot 08-27-2004 05:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rds_correia
I guess TV broadcasts are completely allowed to be in the wild, right ;-)

1/ you guess wrong :-)
2/ the site where you can find the DL links hosts also links for 100% warez stuff (GAMEz, MP3z and so on...).

End of this part of the toppic. Thanks.

rds_correia 08-27-2004 05:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
...hosts also links for 100% warez stuff (GAMEz, MP3z and so on...).
End of this part of the toppic. Thanks.

Warez :?: :arrow: You bet it's end of topic to me too ;-)
Let's just leave the topic open.
Maybe Zagor or anyone else needs help with the time issue.
Cheers pal


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