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    Default Re: ipod video converter for linux

    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamin_Xiao View Post
    A lot of the converted videos don't have properly synced audio. How do I enable audio sync in avidemux?
    Avidemux has an audio sync feature right on the main page, but you need to do it manually via trial and error. ie try various iterations of 50, 100, 150, etc ... (or other values) changing the start time of the audio vs the video.

    That assumes the desync is consistent. If the desync is variable through out the video it is much much more difficult to try fix (and imho in that case not worth the effort).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcrisciotti View Post
    In my last post i quoted winff that's an ffmpeg frontend!
    Where exactly did you get this winff from? In yast no winff package is found, and I have packman set as a repo. When I search for packages in the software search site of opensuse Webpin it doesn't find winff either. Not for opensuse 11.0, 10.3 or 10.2 ...

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    WinFF

    As an aside, aren't there any programs that will automatically detect the audio delay in a video clip? GordianKnot used to do that, and then it would insert exactly that delay when muxing back the encoded audio and video.

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    I am pretty sure ffmpeg had a async feature that automatically synced audio with video. And the delay I am experiencing is not consistent - it grows worse over time. I am pretty sure it has something to do with the framerate but I am not sure how to correct that.

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    some sources and comments on winff

    Linux Tip: Right-Click and Convert Videos to iPod Format

    WinFF

    a review from linux.com on winff
    Linux.com :: Video conversion in Linux with RippedWire and WinFF

    seems like a very useful extra programme to know of for video formats

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