digitalFAQ.com Forums [Archives]

digitalFAQ.com Forums [Archives] (http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/)
-   Video Encoding and Conversion (http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/encode/)
-   -   KVCD: audio was out off sync just a bit? (http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/encode/1864-kvcd-audio-off.html)

vdermerwedz 12-18-2002 10:57 AM

KVCD: audio was out off sync just a bit?
 
I finished Braveheart, over 2cd offcourse it`s 2h50min long.So I finished the movie, and used tmpg to cut the completed muxed(bbmpeg) file into two parts. I did I quick scan on pc and the two parts looked fine and sounded fine. :D

Offcourse I had to demux each part and remux again with BBmpeg, otherwise quebin file is much larger than shown. :x

I watched the movie last night on my standalone, and when I put in my second disk, I noticed towards the end the audio was out off sync just a bit,with the video :x . I think what happened is when I cut with tmpg it first demuxes the audio and video wich is a no,no. What I maybe should have done is cut the video and audio files seperately, and then muxed with BBmpeg. What is the easy`ist and most accurate way off doing this??

kwag 12-18-2002 11:12 AM

Re: DANGER!!!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by vdermerwedz
What is the easy`ist and most accurate way off doing this??

Hi vdermerwedz,

Use BBMpeg to join your two parts. If you used predictor to target for two CD's, then your file will fit perfectly in two CD's. Run BBMpeg and select start seconds 0 and end seconds to where you want to stop, which would be half of your mpeg file. That will mux your first CD. Then for the second part, you set the start seconds to what you had in end seconds before, and set end seconds to 99999. That will mux the second part up to the end of the mpeg file.
Now you'll have your two mpeg files in perfect sync and ready to burn :D
If you don't know where this options are in BBMpeg, take a look at some screenshots here: http://www.kvcd.net/guides/kguide/kv..._Step_4._Using

-kwag

Boulder 12-18-2002 03:02 PM

It's simpler to just enter 795 in the max size field, and there's no need to enter the seconds.

kwag 12-18-2002 04:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boulder
It's simpler to just enter 795 in the max size field, and there's no need to enter the seconds.

You see, I always over complicate things. Must be the "To crap or not to crap" thread that's running down my brain :mrgreen:
Of course, you're right, just put 795MB and let BBMpeg do the cut automatically :D

-kwag

Boulder 12-19-2002 02:37 AM

Yep, you've been really shaking things up lately :D Which is not a bad thing at all..

GFR 12-19-2002 05:04 AM

The seconds field is useful if you want to cut at a chapter change, instead of anywhere in the movie.

vdermerwedz 12-19-2002 06:35 AM

Thanks for the help guys. I love this forum :D


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 09:44 AM  —  vBulletin Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd

Site design, images and content © 2002-2022 The Digital FAQ, www.digitalFAQ.com
Forum Software by vBulletin · Copyright © 2022 Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.