Rocky wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:23 pm
Thank you. I'll edit my post too. Don't see why you need to prepare telling me what your system locale is set to and which track you think has desync problems, but OK. I could be working on this right now if you simply told me those things.
EDIT: I can't edit my post because you quoted it.
Anyway, I gave you some ideas for getting started.
Actually I do not know how to check the locale setting and I have to do some research. I want to report exact information to save your time. Besides, my English is so poor that I have to turn to Google Translation frequently. Moreover, I still have some urgent work to deal with.
Never mind the previous posts, it's OK.
1. The locale is (I think it is the setting of 'Language for non-Unicode programs'): Chinese (simplified, China).
2. I am shame that I cannot duplicate the AV desync phenomenon. It must be some mistakes have been made by me. I am sorry to waste your analysis.
The rough progress I found and reported AV desync:
-> mux the obtained audio streams and the video stream of another decosded mkv which is authorized by 'WiKi', found AV out of sync
-> package all the audio streams to mka file
-> play the original disk, drag these mka file and then listen to it, finding AV still out of sync
-> play the above decoded version, drag these mka file and then listen to it, finding AV still out of sync
-> try other tools, making no difference
-> check all the duration of the these audio streams
-> ask question here (viewtopic.php?f=16&t=793&start=160#p10409
-> check again (but not totally repeat all the above procedures)
-> report 'bug' here with deficient confidence (viewtopic.php?f=16&t=793&start=170#p10422
Hope that you don't mind I continue to report suspicious problem here.