As seen in the images, the shifting is in the join. I should have been a little more descriptive of the images. Images C1 thru C6 are the cuts, i.e., the remuxes and J1 thru J6 are the locations in the joined file.
VRDpro 832f Win7
I first saw the issue in 831a.
I have two files, one is 1080p w/ AAC2.0 audio and the other is 720p w/ DD5.1 audio. I can't just mux the audio from the 720p file to the 1080p file because the black lengths are not the same. So, what I did is create elementary stream files of 6...
VRDPro 931a - Win7
I've run into a really bad issue. I prefer 1080p, but recently had no choice but to work with 720p. VRDPro doesn't like rebuilding the video at cut locations. The video at the cut points are replaced with grey frames. The number of frames varies. I created a video that is 5...
Source: HEVC - 59.94 - 720p - 4:2:2 - ~10Mbps
Wanted: HEVC - 59.94 - 720p - 4:2:0 - 8Mbps
I tried two different bitrate average settings and the result in both cases was 2Mbps. The setting is being ignored.
Plus, I also get PTS underflow errors (2430ms). Why?
Let me see if I can get a small enough piece that trips it.
It is because the original source is from the ABC network feed, which uses MPA files to send the 5.1 audio. I convert those MPA files to AC3 5.1 and need to remux it with the original.