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Shibblet 01-28-2005 10:42 PM

Muxing Audio Delay
 
I am trying to do a KDVD of Shrek 2, and my AC3 5.1 file is off by 316ms.

I know that is the delay of the adjustment, however, the Muxing program I normally use only will allow 300ms of delay.

Any different Mux programs out there, or is there something I am doing wrong?

kev23m 01-29-2005 12:34 AM

Re: Muxing Audio Delay
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Shibblet
I am trying to do a KDVD of Shrek 2, and my AC3 5.1 file is off by 316ms.

I know that is the delay of the adjustment, however, the Muxing program I normally use only will allow 300ms of delay.

Any different Mux programs out there, or is there something I am doing wrong?

Use Headache and select target as source and add delay to get ac3 file with delay.

Dialhot 01-29-2005 07:47 AM

If you are doing a KDVD, why do you mux ?
All Authoring programs use elementary streams and DEMUX muxed sources if you provide it to them.
(except DVDLabPro that let you choose)

@kev
Headac3che can't output 5.1 ac3.It does stereo, whatever you choose (mp2 or ac3).

Shibblet 01-29-2005 06:37 PM

Alright, I am confused.

Quote:

If you are doing a KDVD, why do you mux ?
The Encoder will only do the video, not the AC3 5.1 Audio. So then how do I put the two back together without Muxing?

kwag 01-29-2005 06:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shibblet
The Encoder will only do the video, not the AC3 5.1 Audio. So then how do I put the two back together without Muxing?

The DVD authoring program takes care of that.
For example, if you use TPMGEnc DVD Author, it does that automatically.
You first select your video stream and then your AC3 stream.

-kwag

Shibblet 01-30-2005 03:07 AM

Okay, now my audio is still off by about a half a second. So, Authoring didn't work, and HeadAC3he didn't work either. Any other ideas?

Boulder 01-30-2005 03:18 AM

You can use DelayCut to adjust the delay without re-encoding. Then just author the video and the adjusted audio track.

Dialhot 01-30-2005 10:45 AM

Yes sorry, I forgot your delay problem. You can use AC3 Delay corrector :
http://home.t-online.de/home/520072193568-0001/

Shibblet 01-30-2005 05:04 PM

Before I got DialHot's message, I tried re-ripping it with Clad DVD instead of DVD Decrypter... and now the Audio isn't off by anything. Works fine.

Apparently DVD Decrypter works a little differently than Clad Does, weird.

kwag 01-30-2005 06:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shibblet
Before I got DialHot's message, I tried re-ripping it with Clad DVD instead of DVD Decrypter... and now the Audio isn't off by anything.

Interesting :!:
What version of Clad DVD did yo use :?:

-kwag

Shibblet 01-30-2005 11:22 PM

I used DVD Decrypter 3.5.2.0
and Clad DVD 3.5.5


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