> Excerpts from Ralf Mardorf's message of 2011-06-10 19:24:54 +0200:
I went through this a couple of years back with pretty much the same
result. The general consensus round here was that it is not possible to
shrink a video to fit with an audio track. Instead you should stretch the
audio track to fit the video.
I ended up using Blender to edit the video into chunks and align chunks of
audio to fit as best as possible.
I don't understand why it is not possible to resize a video track. It
seems to me that dropping video frames is significantly easier
programatically than time stretching audio.
>> I don't think so, assumed you can display the video without side effects
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