[mythtv-users] Disappointing audio-sync problems with exported vcd using ffmpeg/nuvexport

zoiks2004-ivtv at yahoo.com zoiks2004-ivtv at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 17 00:06:51 EDT 2005

I don't know how much of a solution this is, but you
might try hitting the "m" and "n" keys while playing
in kaffeine.  This is supposed to adjust the
audio/video sync by an offset in xine.  Of course, I'm
assuming this will work in kaffeine, which is supposed
to be based on xine, so the keys might be different. 
And, this doesn't help with your standalone stuff.  Eh

Sometimes I just transcode stuff myself from the .nuv
files in /mnt/store.  Programs like transcode and
ffmpeg allow for an audio/video offset to be added.

--- ffrr <ffrr at tpg.com.au> wrote:

> I have tried using nuvexport with ffmpeg and
> transcode (exporting from a 
> DVB mpeg capture/recording), and in both cases the
> audio is quite out of 
> sync with the video when I view them in kaffeine.  I
> even burned one to 
> a vcd and tried it in a standalone player, and the
> audio is still out of 
> sync.
> Any suggestions on what the problem might be?
> (and is this better Nick?)
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