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    I made a video dump from my emulated game capture that I wanted to trim. The dump itself was an upscaled HD encode from an FFMPEG writer that was a 4x upscale. I wanted to trim the video while preserving the integrity of the encode using the stream copy feature in Virtualdub2. While doing so, I encountered a problem where the audio was out of sync with the stream copied video. It might be due to my setup as I am mostly using a Linux Virtual Machine with Wine on Chrome OS as opposed to a Windows computer.

    I might need to buy a Windows machine until then, what can I do to fix this? I do not use the Full Processing feature as I do not know what codecs or settings work with emulated game captures from old game consoles. I also am working with 3D games as well as games that use 2D animations and full motion videos. I do not know what to do and unless I go to my library, I cannot make a stream copy or even a direct stream copy.
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    Try Avidemux in Linux; you could always try an Appimage version; no install necessary
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  3. Sounds like the source might be vfr and VirtualDub2 might not keep the time stamps during 'stream copy'.
    (I don't use VirtualDub2, so I can't say whether this assumption is correct.)
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    Originally Posted by Selur View Post
    Sounds like the source might be vfr and VirtualDub2 might not keep the time stamps during 'stream copy'.
    (I don't use VirtualDub2, so I can't say whether this assumption is correct.)
    The source uses CRF.
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