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v6.01 Breaks Windows Media Player

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Video is slightly behind audio in Windows Media Player. But not slow-mo. The sync doesn't get progressively worse while playing. 

Just a consistent 1/2 second behind audio.

This problem did not occur with WMP until i installed VP 6.01. It might have started when i installed aacenc3 and x264enc7. 

a clean boot did not fix it. 

This prob does not occur with videos exported by VP. Only occurs with attached sample video.

Here is sample file.

http://pc.cd/1LtrtalK

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This doesn't appear to be a Videopad issue.  The file plays IN sync with MPC-HC and OUT of sync in WMP and in several video editors.

Visit here (for a brief time) where it's fixed, and there's a comparison of the original with the corrected file, which is on the right.

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2 hours ago, borate said:

This doesn't appear to be a Videopad issue. 

Thx for MPC-HC, will try it.

The issue did not exist before i installed VideoPad 6.01 and extra codecs. 

2 hours ago, borate said:

Visit here (for a brief time) where it's fixed, and there's a comparison of the original with the corrected file, which is on the right.

Thx for comparison, but what's' the difference between the files? I see different bittrate, audio-quality, and length, but otherwise the same. 

How did you "correct" the file?

Update: Issue may have been caused by MP4Splitter. Plz see this post

Thx

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Indeed, the splitter is a likely culprit, with length difference relating to the delay.  The file was fixed by slipping the video, to match up with audio, then exporting.

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Sliding might have been a better choice of words.  First the A/V were UNlinked, then the video was moved to the right on the time line, to delay it (as I recall).

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9 minutes ago, borate said:

First the A/V were UNlinked, then the video was moved to the right on the time line, to delay it (as I recall).

this was done in VideoPad?

thx

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