SubJunk wrote:Then go to around 27:30 of the output files, since the sync can take minutes to go out. In the one without noskip (alternative a/v sync disabled) the audio is 200ms behind at that scene. If you play in VLC, push "k" 4 times to see that the sync is better with a 200ms delay. In the file with noskip it's perfect.
Butman wrote:I had no idea the .bat file would not necessarily run.
Butman wrote:So, I ran the file and that fixed it. About 20 min. in, there was a slight pause but after that everything seemed to run fine. I would like to run it that way from now on. I expect if I setup a PMS shortcut to run the .bat that will do it.
SubJunk wrote:I don't understand the questionExSport wrote:And how the original file is played in VLC? As one with noskip used or as the other one?
Butman wrote:Thanks for the tip Val Killmore.
I made a shortcut of the batch file as well as another of the PMS app, copied and pasted the location to the second shortcut and grabbed the icon file - works great.
Another update: I played/tested a few more movies last night without any difficulty (still on wireless too)
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