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    jdd NNTP User

    Default demuxing DTV record with projectx (or other soft)

    Hello :-)

    I just buy a cheap Belson TV with recording feature on USB. I get a "ts" file, as usual. and as usual, the sound is not in sync, due to frames dropped.

    Last time I did so (with other hardware), I simply played the movie throuh an other recorder to get the mpg file, but now I can't anymore.

    So I try to find a good "ts" editor (I have a lot of unusefull video before and after the movie). Avidemux edits but do not fix the lost images/out of sync sound.

    The tools mostly advertised for this use is "projectx". I have it on my openSUSE 11.3, but I fail to make it work :-(.

    I find no manual, except a very old (2004) one in english, and I don't read german :-(.

    Do you know of any english manual uptodate and understandable. projectx runs, but no of the files I get is readable by vlc or mplayer.

    Thanks
    jdd

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    jdd NNTP User

    Default Re : demuxing DTV record with projectx (or other soft)

    by the way if somebody can explain to me where projectx store its config, I would like to reset it, but dont find any data in my home
    thanks
    jdd

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    Default Re: demuxing DTV record with projectx (or other soft)

    Quote Originally Posted by jdd View Post
    Hello :-)

    Avidemux edits but do not fix the lost images/out of sync sound.
    Well i can't help you, but I use avidemux to convert from TS to MP4 (for the blackberry) or to MPEG (for DVD).

    Often, but not always there's a constant (through the movie) 1 second audio out of sync. So when it happens I re-encode telling Avidemux to apply a 1 second correction to the audio and it gets in sync.

    Under the "Audio" section, there's a thick box called "shift".

    Bye, bye.

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