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Mike K

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Joined
Nov 22, 2001
Location
Chicago, Illinois
I need help with the audio of a divx file. The audio is about 1 to 2 seconds later than what the video shows. How could I get the audio to correspond with the video? Thanks
 

CPFitz14

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May 23, 2002
Location
Michigan
well...its kinda just luck, as far as i know. I always just mess with the slider, start the movie over etc. I don't know of any real "fix" for it. If somebody elso knows, help us out:D
 

Oni

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Apr 5, 2001
Location
St. Catharines, Ontario Canada
It's not a problem w/ your hardware/software, it's a problem w/ the file itself

The phrase "You get what you pay for" has just come up and bit you. :)
 

baqai

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Sep 30, 2002
Location
Karachi, Pakistan
some files have that encoding problem, the only possible solution would be to download a different version of the file

or you can separate audio and video stream and than make another avi file out of it like XprincoX suggested
 

sigee

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Joined
Nov 6, 2002
If you do a simple demultiplex on the file and then re-encode the resulting 2 seperate audio and video files it should or at least it does usualy sort the problem out.I use TMPGenc for this.