MPEG TS to MKV with lipsync correction

sheppy99

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Is there a way to change the sound delay when using VRD to convert from MPEG2 TS MKV using the command line?
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
If you're doing your own COM interface, there's a call: AdjustAudioSync( milliseconds ). If you're using our standard scripts (i.e. vp.vbs), then you'll want to copy and modify the script. If you're not familiar how to do that perhaps someone here on the message board can assist you.

 

sheppy99

New member
I use vp.vps, can anyone help me with putting this in, or is there a way of setting a standard value for this in the program and it always using this value?
If you're doing your own COM interface, there's a call: AdjustAudioSync( milliseconds ). If you're using our standard scripts (i.e. vp.vbs), then you'll want to copy and modify the script. If you're not familiar how to do that perhaps someone here on the message board can assist you.

 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
To modify vp.vbs (I suggest you make a copy as it will be overwritten on the next install).

1) Look for the lines:

'openFlag = VideoReDo.FileOpen( sourceFile )
openFlag = VideoReDo.FileOpenBatch( sourceFile )

2) Then add:

VideoReDo.AdjustAudioSync( xxxx ), where xxxx is the number of msec to adjust the sync.


 
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