How are you going to repair bad frames and other processing in m2v? After you clean all these m2v's -- or even if you don't work on them with Avisynth -- how will you join them to make a new DVD?
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Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end. -- Henry David Thoreau
And on this raw material that I will work.
And from that raw material I will create avi files from without compression.
Then I'll turn the avi files to one part with another video editor.
From what I gather from you, you're telling me to work on raw material that converted to avi. But in that case I fear to loose quality in the raw material.
"How are you going to repair bad frames and other processing in m2v?"
I've done this and there was no problem to do this.
Create AVI without compression? You can create uncompressed AVI, but Lagarith and Huffyuv are both lossless. Your AVI will be 3 times the size of Lagarith or huffyuv. This is confusing when you say "Then I'll turn the AVI files into one part". What will be the format of that part? You will go from AVI to m2v and have another collection of m2v files? What does your "other editor" do?Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end. -- Henry David Thoreau
It would be the almost-final stage.
These avi files will be finished (all patches and other things have already been made)
Then I'll turn the finished avi files to a one part of more compressed AVI file.
That's the plan:
1) work on any m2v part (perform the image processing witch the filters in VirtualDub) and then to convert to avi part with compression with bit(small) of loss of quality
(All avi file will Be a bit large. But not huge because it's still compression.)
2)put the pieces of finished (avi files) in editing software such as AVS Video Editor. and then create one avi and with some compression.
I'm not going to create a new DVD disc ..
DVD disc is like a tape for me. We are a new technological era in which there is no use with disks.
I use DVD because it does something the computer can read.
Computer can not read tape.
I will not use the DVD for another purpose.
During this period, other players replaced the DVD and they do not use the disks. We have xtreamer Player that plays AVI files like a computer ..
So I just want to create a avi file to play it on the xtreamer Player.
Last edited by gil900; 8th Aug 2012 at 12:32.
Oh, I see. That's up to you. I don't think DVD and BluRay are going away. But let us know how it goes.Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end. -- Henry David Thoreau
in my home DVD really goose away.
i have only one 8GB disk without using for year ..
Maybe I will burn on that old disk the final avi file.
Last edited by gil900; 8th Aug 2012 at 13:39.
Ok I did what you said ..
I created the m2v file and the mp2 file from all the VOB files.
Then I run the software VirtualDub-MPEG2.
And loaded in the software the m2v file and the mp2 file.
But the problem with the sync still remained.
the length of the mp2 file is 2:00:43
and the length of the m2v file is 2:00:28.800 (this info from VirtualDub-MPEG2)
It should not be like this..
Last edited by gil900; 8th Aug 2012 at 13:31.
Ok I solved the mystery!
I had to shorten the time of the audio file so the Time of the audio will be just like the time of the video.
The problem is that I did not shorten properly. But that's okay .. The mystery was solved.
Now just need to know how to do it right
How do you know the audio is at fault? It could be the video. But this confirms my suspicion that the problem was in the recording. In any case, making both parts play for the same duration is what you need to do. I have never used VirtualDub for that. I've always used AssumeFPS() in Avisynth. According to your description of your workflow, the final output of the project will be AVI, no matter how you look at it.
You should be able to examine each VOB with MediaInfo to look at the video and audio time. One (or all) of the VOBs might have the problem.
OK this settings:
slove the problem
The question is if this is true.
What do you think?
I mean yes, I am familiar with the "Change frame rate" control. If the adjustment works, use it. I haven't used it, so I can't advise.