Audio and video is getting almost always no synchronization when I create a video with joiner or after the parts I cut adverts with HEVC .ts/.mts file

pimpek

New member
Hello!
Since the change in the standard of terrestrial television broadcasting to DVB-T2 HEVC in Poland, I have had great problems with the correct use of VideoReDo. Almost always after I cut adverts the latter part is around 0.5 sec out of synchronization, audio is too late compared to the video. Moreover, it happens when there are no audio nor video frames added or removed to the video. If you could help me, I'm willing to share the files with you, both original and after VideoReDo coversion. VideoReDo was a great tool for H264 videos but it seems like the programme doesn't work properly with videos in H265 extension.
 

jmc

Well-known member
Do they HAVE to be in HEVC?

I capture streams to TS files(x264) and they are always out of sync by 200ms to 400ms.
Tools>Adjust Audio takes care of that.
Once I have them adjusted and in MP4s I edit them with no sync issues.

HEVCs won't play on my OLED tv so I stay with the most compatible option x264.mp4s.
 
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pimpek

New member
I also had the same situation with H265 extension, but i just have chosen another tool - Cuttermaran.
Thanks for recommendation. I'm checking it out but it seems like it only supports .mpv, .m1v and .m2v files. My files are .ts and .mts.

Do they HAVE to be in HEVC?

I capture streams to TS files(x264) and they are always out of sync by 200ms to 400ms.
Tools>Adjust Audio takes care of that.
Once I have them adjusted and in MP4s I edit them with no sync issues.

HEVCs won't play on my OLED tv so I stay with the most compatible option x264.mp4s.
That's how TV is broadcast in Poland and how the STBs are recording the signal. They do not necessarily have to be in HEVC but I think that converting them to H264 without losing quality could take a lot of time for rendering and might also cause some sound problems, so it would be best if it stayed like that.
I know about Adjust Audio section and deleting the 2nd audio track but it differentiates every time I delete adverts. So from one file I won't be doing 5 separate files and then manually syncing it. That's torturing.
 
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