[fixed] Audio out of sync with video issue...

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[fixed] Audio out of sync with video issue...

Postby FREAKS_UK » Wed May 16, 2007 7:35 pm

Ive got a video file in AVI format and its 23fps when i play it on windows media player the video and auido are perfect 100% in sync but when i use CONVERTXTODVD using PAL option and leaving all other settings as default after its converted and burned to DVD and i play it on my DVD players in the home the the audio just seems a tiny bit out of sync the audio seems to come just before they speak just a tiny bit you can just about tell but when they speak fast you notice alot ive tried changing the burn speed ive tried setting it to NTSC and it still comes out the sam??? Why is this? is it anything to do with the FRAMES PER SECOND that the AVI files are??? anyone know what makes the audio out or sync issue all ideas welcome the more posts and more ideas i get the better thanks...
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Re: Audio out of sync with video issue...

Postby lee40 » Wed May 16, 2007 7:37 pm

post your log would helps us alot
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Wed May 16, 2007 8:19 pm

16/05/2007 11:38:51 info ********** Report session closed ***********
16/05/2007 11:38:50 info Media removed. Burning layer not ready to write
16/05/2007 11:38:37 info Folder C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Administrator\My Documents\ConvertXtoDVD\Rocky Balboa\ has been removed
16/05/2007 11:38:37 info Finalization Time 00:00:40 - Total completion time 00:14:53
16/05/2007 11:37:57 info Write finished in 00:14:13 - Finalization start here. Avg. burn rate 4.28
16/05/2007 11:23:55 info Lead-in burning time (mS) 11962
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Write started 2247264 sectors to write
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Init success: DVD-R packet writing
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Writing speed requested x4.0, effective x4.0
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Available write speed: 8x, 4x
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Media ID: RITEKG05
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Media type: DVD-R
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Ultra DMA mode 2 (ATA33)
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Scanned files #10, folder #2 - total size 4601286656 b. (4.29 Gb.)
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Inserted media type : DVD-R
16/05/2007 11:23:43 info Write started
16/05/2007 11:23:42 info --------------Encoding end--------------
16/05/2007 11:23:42 info Media name: "Movie"
16/05/2007 11:23:42 info Burned folder: "C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Administrator\My Documents\ConvertXtoDVD\Movie\"
16/05/2007 11:23:27 info New media inserted. Burning layer is ready to write
16/05/2007 11:22:29 info Compatible media types : DVD-R, DVD-RW Seq., DVD-RW RO, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, DL DVD+R, DL DVD-R
16/05/2007 11:22:29 info New Drive selected : 5:0:0 - TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H552D HP06 [E] (Ide)
16/05/2007 11:22:29 info Total size in built folder 4388 Mb., Target size DVD5 4400 Mb., Occupation 99.73%
16/05/2007 11:22:29 info Conversion completed in 01:08:40
16/05/2007 11:22:21 info ------------Converting Menu--------------
16/05/2007 11:22:21 info Generated duration 6106.10 sec., expected 6106.14 sec.
16/05/2007 11:22:21 warning P-SDT buffer Underflow 1 times, 891 bytes peak
16/05/2007 11:21:17 info Chapter #21 start at 100:1.380
16/05/2007 11:18:03 info Chapter #20 start at 95:5.960
16/05/2007 11:14:31 info Chapter #19 start at 90:5.660
16/05/2007 11:11:05 info Chapter #18 start at 85:15.120
16/05/2007 11:07:28 info Chapter #17 start at 80:4.040
16/05/2007 11:04:15 info Chapter #16 start at 75:24.780
16/05/2007 11:00:23 info Chapter #15 start at 70:9.340
16/05/2007 10:56:56 info Chapter #14 start at 65:9.040
16/05/2007 10:53:41 info Chapter #13 start at 60:8.740
16/05/2007 10:50:23 info Chapter #12 start at 55:8.440
16/05/2007 10:47:02 info Chapter #11 start at 50:8.140
16/05/2007 10:43:37 info Chapter #10 start at 45:7.840
16/05/2007 10:40:19 info Chapter #9 start at 40:17.800
16/05/2007 10:37:06 info Chapter #8 start at 35:17.500
16/05/2007 10:33:40 info Chapter #7 start at 30:17.200
16/05/2007 10:30:21 info Chapter #6 start at 25:16.900
16/05/2007 10:27:08 info Chapter #5 start at 20:11.220
16/05/2007 10:23:51 info Chapter #4 start at 15:1.160
16/05/2007 10:20:41 info Chapter #3 start at 10:5.740
16/05/2007 10:17:25 info Chapter #2 start at 5:15.700
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Stream #1 Sync. delay : 0.00 ms
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Stream #0 Sync. delay : 0.00 ms
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Output Stream#1 - Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 192 kb/s, no automatic gain control
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Output Stream#0 - Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 720x576, q=1-31, 5724 kb/s
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Video Stream #0 Pulldown : 23.976 -> 25.00 Fps
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Video source original frame rate: 23.98
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info PAL 25 FPS output format set by user
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Widescreen (16:9) set by user
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Video bitrate 0/5724/8808 Kbps (min/avg/max)
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Converting "C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Administrator\Desktop\Movie"
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info ----------------Title #1----------------
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Project size 4.3 Gb. (142 Mb. audio - 4.14 Gb. video)
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Stream #1 - Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 32 kb/s
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Stream #0 - Video: mpeg4, yuv420p, 592x320
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info 2 Stream(s) found - est. duration 01:41:46.142
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Opening file "C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Administrator\Desktop\Movie.avi"
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [ ] Don't fix audio gaps
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [ ] Engine Log
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Encoder quality: 100%
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info --------------Encoding begin--------------
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info --------------Menu settings end--------------
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [X] Sequential playback
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [ ] Loop playback
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [X] Auto start playback
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [X] Menu
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info --------------Menu settings begin--------------
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info --------------Default burn settings end--------------
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Default speed selected: 4x
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info Compatible media types : DVD-R, DVD-RW Seq., DVD-RW RO, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, DL DVD+R, DL DVD-R
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info New Drive selected : 5:0:0 - TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H552D HP06 [E] (Ide)
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [X] Delete files after burn complete
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [ ] Don't eject after burn complete
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [ ] Prefer SAO for DVD-R
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [ ] Include originals
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info [X] Burn result to DVD
16/05/2007 10:13:48 info --------------Default burn settings begin--------------
16/05/2007 10:13:03 info Newer version (2.1.19.243) is available on internet
16/05/2007 10:13:00 info User default language : 2057 (0x0809h) - English (United Kingdom)
16/05/2007 10:13:00 info System default language : 2057 (0x0809h) - English (United Kingdom)
16/05/2007 10:13:00 info Version 2.1.18.242
16/05/2007 10:13:00 info ExeName : "C:\Program Files\VSO\ConvertXtoDVD\ConvertXtoDvd.exe"
16/05/2007 10:13:00 info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
16/05/2007 10:12:58 info ******************** Report session started ********************
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Postby Cougar_II » Wed May 16, 2007 8:22 pm

Hi there,

Rocky Balboa.avi has MP3 VBR.

I had the same problem.

Run it in AviMux-GUI to fix it, then reconvert !

http://www.cdr-zone.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4588
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Wed May 16, 2007 10:13 pm

Reply to the last post i downloaded that program did what it said BUT the delay ms was already showing "0" in the avi_mux program so i just clicked start then when the program finished doing what it was doing i then used convertxtodvd again and used the file new avi file that avi_mux made and i STILL have the audio sync issue ??? But it does say if i see anything other than "0" in the delay ms section of avi_mux ??? But i already said "0" and nothing other??? so it does not make sense? maybe i need to change the value of the delay ms or something but i would not have a clue how much to change it by???
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Postby Cougar_II » Wed May 16, 2007 10:45 pm

Hi,

I guess I don't have the same .avi as you, here's mine:

Rocky.Balboa[2006]DvDrip[Eng]-aXXo.avi

Here's what mine said in AviMux-GUI:

(default) video: FourCC: XVID (828 kbps, 602 MByte, 01:41:29.965)
(default) audio: MPEG 1 Layer 3 (VBR, 2 Ch, 48kHz, bad: 607488 , delay: 37968 ms, 92.9 MByte)


I guess it's not the fact that it's VBR but that there was a huge delay !
I guess AviMux-GUI just fixed the delay !
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Wed May 16, 2007 10:53 pm

Ive got the DVDRip Xvid Diamond version becuase on the aXXo version it had some audio missing at the very begining where the lion roars so i downloaded the Diamond version and that plays PERFECT on my pc but it just seem to give audio out of sync after the convert and rip??? alot of people are ALWAYS getting these issues with audio not in sync with video just dont make sense that its not so simple to solve ive just trying messing with Avi_Mux and changing the delay ms to -100 im gonna try put the AVI file audio so its behind the video and not ahead then when i burn it might sync it in the right place gonna waste a few DVD-R's and maybe stay up all night doing it becuase it takes 1 hour to convet and burn lol its a waiting game but what the hell there has goto be a simple fix for these audio sync issues???
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Thu May 17, 2007 11:24 am

I have good news i fixed my audio out of sync issue took me 24 hours and wasted 6 dvd-r's i used the Avi_mux program i then added the movie avi file into the avi_mux program i then changed the delay ms from "0" to -100 clicked start then i used convertxtodvd to copy the the converted avi_mux file and ive just tried it on my stand alone dvd player and the audio is in sync 100% as from what i can notice ive played all the old copies and they are defo out of sync but when i go back to this new copy ive just made you can tell the audio is in sync with there lips when they talk fast so its a 100% perfect fix here for me just seems odd that the original AVI file plays perfect on my pc windows media player audio is in sync but then when converting with convertxtodvd it sends it out of sync so remember i used Avi_mux then set the delay ms to -100 thats MINUS 100. If anyone else has tried my idea and its worked for them can you please post a message thanks...
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Postby Portmac » Thu May 17, 2007 11:38 am

You can also change the audio offset in ConvertXtoDVD, load the file then click the + beside the file name and then the "Source Details".
Click on the audio stream to select it then click on it again to chan ge the offset.
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Thu May 17, 2007 12:12 pm

So after all that hard work the convertxtodvd already has that feature lol and i never knew that i wonder how many other people dont know about that nice little trick :D
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Postby Cougar_II » Thu May 17, 2007 12:16 pm

Hi,

I have never used that feature, since I only had out of sync issues a few times on tons of movies.

And 99% of the time, AviMux-GUI fixed them for me :lol:

Using the Offset is a guessing game.

I guess you start with -25 and test, then -50 etc... until you are happy with the results (I guess) since I never used it.
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Thu May 17, 2007 4:36 pm

Im just a bit confused on why when i download the AVI movie and play it on my pc it plays perfect audio is 100% in sync but its only out of sync after ive used convertxtodvd why would this happen? ive tried the burn speed and media changes but that dont seem to do anything so looks like everytime i want to copy an avi file to dvd ive goto use Avi_mux give it -100 delay ms and then copy that file to dvd... There are always lots of posts on all forums about audio out of sync issues just seems like something not right its like 50/50 some people dont get problems and some people do but no1 seems to have a perfect answer apart from having to mess about till you get it right...
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Postby Cougar_II » Thu May 17, 2007 6:10 pm

Hi there,

Playing file and converting a file are 2 totally different things.

I am not a video guru, so I can't explain in details why.

All I know all files PLAY file, converting them is where the fun starts :shock:
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Postby Jacques (VSO) » Fri May 18, 2007 11:22 am

this issue has been solved in V 2.2.0.251

in this movie, the audio start 38 seconds after the beginning of the video, which was considered not as an audio gap (for which the audio has to be regenerated) but as a commercial gap (for which it was removed).

The trigger has been set to a bigger value to avoid such misdetection issue.
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Sun May 20, 2007 10:14 am

Thanks VSO team good work...
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Postby admin » Sun May 20, 2007 1:34 pm

can you confirm than the problem is solved for your files ?
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Postby FREAKS_UK » Thu May 24, 2007 4:56 pm

Yes i think the problem is solved seems to be ok now but im very fussy with things and notice the slight problem i love to have things perfect lol i can notice audio out of sync just by watching normal tv programs lol but yes the last movie i just converted was fine thank you...
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Postby vette2007 » Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:58 pm

I don't seem to be able to change the audio offset. I can't find that option.
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Postby JoeB » Fri Mar 19, 2010 2:58 am

vette2007 wrote:I don't seem to be able to change the audio offset. I can't find that option.


Read Portmac's post in this thread. It tells you how to do it. Just don't click too fast between clicks on the stuff he says to click on.

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Postby vette2007 » Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:25 pm

Let me get this right. I put movie in convert. I then go to left then click on plus. Then the drop down. Then i go to source files then uncheck audio correct which changes the audio stream to zero. Is this correct?
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