sorry for abusing this list for a mostly video editing question, but I
didn't find a proper list and knew that we have some video people on
I'd like to fix some videos that have partially out of sync video and
audio, meaning that beginning at a certain point in the video the audio
is suddenly out of sync by a couple of seconds. There's no constant
change, the delay seems fixed once it's there.
I wonder how to fix such a thing. The files are xvid encoded videos and
vbr mp3 audio inside avi containers. I thought it should be reasonably
easy to cut and move the audio (re-encode if unavoidable, but I know
it's in principle possible without) and put it back in a container, but
I didn't manage.
Can someone recommend a program/workflow that would allow this?
- Avidemux: seems like actual editing is not what this program was
written for, couldn't figure it out, but it seems close
- openshot: couldn't figure out how to separate video/audio
- kino: seems to only work with DV-files, apparently takes ages to
decode the file, doesn't seem to be what I need
- openmovieeditor: I figured it might work by dragging the file to both
a video and an audio track, but I got extremely garbled audio output,
no idea what's wrong
- cinelerra-cv: Doesn't start. No error message, it simply shows no
window, nothing. Well, it does something with the screen, but it shows
- pitivi: Doesn't seem like it can play back the video. I can drag the
video to the tracks and it starts to draw a waveform, I guess no video
thumbnails because of: gst.ElementNotFoundError: pngenc
Doesn't seem to be able to play the video.
- kdenlive: would require me to install 30 additional packages, total
about 200MB, no thanks.
I thought it would be a simple task, really nothing fancy. Seems like I
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