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Runtime inconsistency after demux

Gatos

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So this is something i've never run into before. I use Womble for my editing and always render out the MPEG. Then I load it up into DVDLabPro and let it demux into elementary streams. Well I did it just now and there is a time difference between the video and the audio. The video runtime says 1:52:32 and the audio runtime says 1:52:40. That's a pretty significant discrepancy. I just double checked my completed Womble project file. And there is not problem with the the channel on the time line for the audio going longer than the video and the runtime in Womble says 1:52:33.

I guess I could just try demuxing again but I'm just curious if anyone has run into similar problems and what would cause an 8 second difference between the video and audio.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

*I just tried using the Womble Demultiplexer Tool and i get the same results with a 1:52:40 audio runtime and 1:52:32 video runtime.
 

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^^ It does that....no need to worry. Mine did that to me, and they came out just fine. If you are still concerned, just do a test compile real quick and see what happens! :)
 

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STANKPAC said:
^^ It does that....no need to worry. Mine did that to me, and they came out just fine. If you are still concerned, just do a test compile real quick and see what happens! :)

Thanks STANKPAC, I will try that out.
 
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