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Jack laurie
help with av sync
on Jul 21, 2007 at 6:21:01 am

Hi,
if Im in the wrong forum please 'politely' tell me where to go.

This is kind of a reverse question but, I simply want to rip several 3-10 min seg from a dvd vob file. I used virtualdubmob and got what I want but the sound is subtly off. I farted around with the msec adjust time thing but can't easily solve it. I think its when it first pullit in and interleaves the mpeg (think thats what it says its doing?)
What is the easiest way to get perfectly synced avi files from a vob file. I was usiing the 3xiv codec save to avi,but I think that's not where the problem is.
thanks for any advise.
Jack


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seminewbie
Re: help with av sync
on Jul 31, 2007 at 1:06:49 am

Hi: This is a post I sent to some others but it might be of interest to you as well. In order to help you with synch I would simply skip the step using FILE MERGER and work with the pieces.

I remember the first time a client gave me a dvd to get my content from. I thought I was in real trouble. Then I went to the web and found that everything I needed was available for free.

First I use a program called DVD SHRINK to pull my assets from the disk. Then I use a small program called file merger to place the VOB files together, in order, and then finally a program called REJig (in file mode) to de-multiplex the vob files into M2V and AC3 streams which can be imported any authoring programs.

I assure you it is not as complicated as it sounds. Here are some links that may be of assistance to you.

http://www.videohelp.com/

http://www.dvd-guides.com/

Good Luck

Dan


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