I have a video that says:
Video Codec: H.264/AVC (Advanced Video Coding)
Frame Size: 1280 x 720
Bit Rate: 1802 kbps
Frame Rate: 29.97 Frames/Second
Audio Codec: MPEG-2/4 Audio
Sample Rate and Size: 48,000 Hz 16 bit
Bit Rate 95.91 kbps
Since this is just for the computer I would like to reduce file size and convert it to a Frame Size of 640 x 360.
I have tried numerous times to make the conversion and each time the sound does not come out synchronized to the video. I think it either has to do with the H.264 format or that maybe the sound might be in the variable bit rate format.
I realize that there are ways to resynchronize the voice to the video. Ways which I have forgotten but might have notes somewhere.
But it would be so so nice if I could just do conversions like this and have the sound come out synchronized.
Is there any program that can do such a conversion in the H.264 format and keep the sound synchronized to the video?
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May be it's more a problem of vfr (variable frame rate) not vbr (variable bit rate).users currently on my ignore list: deadrats, Stears555