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05-01-2003, 08:55 PM
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I had a high quality xvid source and after encoding, the video was awesome but the audio is out of synch the whole movie after muxing the video and audio together. What can i do to solve this?
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I had a high quality xvid source and after encoding, the video was awesome but the audio is out of synch the whole movie after muxing the video and audio together. What can i do to solve this?
hi Paul0889


did you mux the video in bbMPEG?
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05-01-2003, 09:22 PM
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yes i did
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right


i ask you again cos i don't convert divx or xvid
but i'm trying to help you,ok?

did you follow the black prince's tutorial?
Converting Divx (avi) to KVCD:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2331&start=0

ps:
and the thread of the tutorial have solutions for problems too!

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Hola,

I encode quite a bit of Divx/Xvid, and I can tell you your problem is likely corrupt frames in the video that are screwing the stream up. These gentlemen were kind enough to point me to Divx Repair, a freeware tool to isolate and render a fixed version of the original .avi. If you see over a hundred bad frames, though, you might consider calling it off... and 're-acquiring' your source.

link -> divxrepair.sourceforge.net
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Thanks for the link Reno.. .. Looks promising!

Wish I had this about a week ago...just did an Xvid with bad frames...
"hand to eye" repair was a Bear!..


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@ Reno !
Did u used already DivxRepair ???
I'm asking cos I suggested it to friend and he got mpg with serious video/audio asinc .
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