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  • Feature Request Audio Offset needs some enhancement

    Right now FabPlayer only allows you to offset the audio by plus or minus 10 seconds and only in 1 sec intervals. This is not always sufficient to sync the audio and video.

    The mkv I just created was out of sync by 23.245 seconds. I went to FabPlayer first to get the right number I needed to sync it up and quickly discovered I was limited to 10 seconds, which wasn't nearly enough, and only 1 second intervals, which also didn't sync it up perfectly. I had to go to another player to get the number I needed.

    This would be a feature that would make FabPlayer that much better.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Diaboyos
    The mkv I just created was out of sync by 23.245 seconds.
    Audio out of sync by 23 seconds?? LOL! What did you do?

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    • #3
      Sorry for the delayed response. I got no email telling me I had a reply.

      I didn't do anything lol. I used Fab to create an mkv and it was 23.245 seconds oos. Not sure what happened to get that far oos but once I used another media player to get the number I needed to sync it back up I got it working OK.

      Edit: Wait, did you mean what did I do to mess it up or what did I do to fix it?
      Last edited by Diaboyos; 04-04-2019, 12:21 AM.

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      • #4
        In my opinion it is the wrong approach to ask for Fab Player to play defective video sources.

        You should fix the video source instead.

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        • #5
          Fixing the video source is what I was trying to do but I could only do that by knowing how much it was out of sync and I could only get that info from a media player with the capability to sync it back up.

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          • #6
            In my opinion it is the wrong approach to ask for Fab Player to play defective video sources.

            I don't know what a "mkv" is, never used one, but the problem is not Fab Player not playing video sources with a 23 seconds (!) audio lag in sync.

            The real problem is your process to create that kind of weird videos. Fix that.

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            • #7
              I think Diaboyos was just using Player as a tool to find the A/V offset. I agree a problem like that should be reported in the Ripper forum and corrected (unless it is related to the source material).
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