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RMVB A/V Sync issue

Postby Boogy_Boy » Wed Aug 05, 2009 3:25 am

Problem: When I use Mencoder for transcoding, Sound is played too fast. I'd estimate a minute of video : 40sec of sound ratio approximately

Audio: RealAudio COOK 44100Hz mono [Output 00 (Audio Stream)]
Video: RealVideo 4 480x352 29.97fps 416Kbps [Output 01 (Video Stream)]

C:\Documents and Settings\----\My Documents\Downloads\ÁÏÀí¶«Î÷¾ü2005\ÁÏÀí¶«Î÷¾ü2005-0216-÷©Óã·¹vs¿¾Èâ·¹.rmvb
General
Complete name : C:\Documents and Settings\----\My Documents\Downloads\ÁÏÀí¶«Î÷¾ü2005\ÁÏÀí¶«Î÷¾ü2005-0216-÷©Óã·¹vs¿¾Èâ·¹.rmvb
Format : RMF
File size : 138 MiB
PlayTime : 42mn 24s
Bit rate : 448 Kbps
Performer : YDY_chunan
Copyright : www.ydy.com (C) 2005
Video #1
Codec : RealVideo 4
Codec/Info : H264, RealVideo 9
PlayTime : 42mn 24s
Bit rate : 416 Kbps
Width : 480 pixels
Height : 352 pixels
Display Aspect ratio : 4/3
Frame rate : 29 fps
Resolution : 12 bits
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.085
Audio #0
Codec : Cooker
Codec/Info : Real Audio G2/7 Cook (low bitrate)
PlayTime : 42mn 26s
Bit rate : 32 Kbps
Channel(s) : 1 channel
Resolution : 16 bits
SampleRate : 44100

-> I'm streaming to PS3.
-> Computer spec: C2D 1.6ghz / 2gb ram / Windows XP SP2
-> Streaming over 100mb WIRED ethernet through a NetGear wireless sub.

When I use Mencoder for transcoding, Sound is played too fast. I'd estimate a minute of video : 40sec of sound ratio approximately
AviSynth/FFmpeg won't play, says Cannot open as video or audio, An object or name was not found.
AviSynth/Mencoder says Corrupted Data.

Any help?
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Re: RMVB A/V Sync issue

Postby Kekami » Thu Aug 06, 2009 11:43 pm

HI Boogy,

I have the same problem. I hope you get an answer.
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Re: RMVB A/V Sync issue

Postby Viel » Sun Sep 13, 2009 2:12 am

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