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August 21st, 2001, 07:18
August 21st, 2001, 07:34
What's wrong with it?
August 21st, 2001, 07:39
Nothing, I just use bleh to fill space ;p
August 21st, 2001, 09:39
thnx for the info....
bleh is a very nice word...I use it a lot too ;)
(when I'm talking about snowboard games for example ;))
August 21st, 2001, 11:13
i got a question about it.i tried this codec.but when i encode something the sound comes first and then the video apprears.i am using MPEG layer3 codec for sound compression.it happens like this.e.g:a man says WOW.after encoding the clip it becomes like this:the sound of WOW comes first and then the mouth moves.it's kind of video is legging behind.any suggestions?what codec do you guys use?
August 21st, 2001, 11:48
I used various methods but had the same problem as you...it seems that whenever I'm compressing a video the sound goes out of sync :(
August 21st, 2001, 12:40
I think in VirtualDub you can set an offset in milliseconds between the audio and video synchronisation. Maybe this can help you?
August 21st, 2001, 13:35
where can I find that program?
August 21st, 2001, 13:38
You can find it here Samor: http://www186.pair.com/vdub/
August 21st, 2001, 14:06
August 21st, 2001, 19:52
Speaking of VirtualDub, version 1.4.6 is out..
August 22nd, 2001, 04:19
i use tmpgenc for encoding
i havent noticed the video lagging in any of the movies i do
i would supply a link to a site that has it but i believe it might be a questionable site to post here.
i'll go find the programs home site and post that
here you guys go
its free ware but does have a time limit on encoding in mpg 2
(i use it to make vcds not divx encoded avi's so i dont know if it can be used to do so)
August 24th, 2001, 02:21
Earlier versions of tmpgenc do not have that time limit on mpg2. Try searching the web for it. I forgot its address. Have fun!
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