[MPlayer-users] Re: DVD constant a/v mismatch (was DXR3 audio/video sync issues)
dmeyer at tzi.de
Mon Jul 22 17:56:01 CEST 2002
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
>> > > http://www.maven.de/code/index.html#vstrip
>> > Would be fine if mplayer can use some of that code. I put a jpg
>> > (vStrip-Screenshot-recognized-delay.jpg) on incoming there
>> interesting. could you show the delays for teh first (video) streams?
> ok i did it, for the dvd with ~300ms delay:
> root at arpi:/usr/src/vStrip/vstrip# ./vstrip /9/VOB/stream.dump
> vStrip - version 0.8f, by [maven] (maven at maven.de).
> Scanning for stream id's, press control-c to quit...
> Found 0xE0 = Video 0 [PTS 0:00:00.367 @LBA 0]
> Width = 720
> Height = 576
> Aspect-ratio =  4:3 display
> Frame-rate =  25 fps
> Found 0xBE = Padding [@LBA 116]
> Found 0xBD = Private 1, sub 0x80 [PTS 0:00:00.287 @LBA 117]
> Found 0xBD = Private 1, sub 0x20 [PTS 0:00:01.287 @LBA 310]
> MPEG Packs = 35342
> Private 1 packets = 1853, total bytes = 3739521
> Sub 0x20 packets = 4, total bytes = 5600 (delay 0:00:00.920)
> Sub 0x80 packets = 1849, total bytes = 3733921 (delay -0:00:00.080)
> Padding packets = 244, total bytes = 235900
> Video 0 packets = 33489, total bytes = 67578951
There is another tool but it's Windows. Check DVD2AVI (GPL)
This tools names the audio files after the delay. If you have windows
on your computer you can check with this tool if it reports 80ms too.
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