Well, "best" depends on your criteria. domy is a respected Moose-Approved member here and we have had extensive discussions about all this, which you will see if you search a bit. Our solutions are different but the end results are within a few milliseconds of each other. domy seeks what he calls perfection, while I seek a balance between good sync and good performance with low complexity. Can my way be improved? It's possible. But do I want to make a complex mess that is bug prone to gain a few milliseconds in precision? domy has one thing to do while my demuxer is doing so much more. So I wouldn't get anxious over a few milliseconds when the average person can't even detect a 50-100 millisecond desync.
By audio disc I mean live concert recordings, like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Hans-Zimmer-Live ... B0757G5PXWRocky wrote: ↑Tue Jul 14, 2020 7:13 pmHi CYPHER. What do you mean by an "audio disk". Is there a use case beyond that as well?CYPHER wrote: ↑Mon Jul 13, 2020 5:50 amI wish to make a small feature request (not sure if I did it in the right place though...): would it be possible to cut the files via the chapterlist (or by an external chapterlist). For the case of audio discs it would be a neat feature. I know it can only be done GOP/audio frame-wise, but still it would be great to have approximate cuts according to a timelist
Here each chapter is a different song/audio track, but they share the same playlist on the BD and it would be nice to extract the songs into different files. Furthermore, the bonus disc of e.g. Inception contains the OST of the film in the same manner.
Apart from these, for films/movies this feature is might not be so useful...