From: Mike Jones on 3 Apr 2010 08:12
I have a number of media files, all with the same AV sync fault.
To save having to plod through them by hand with Avidemux, I've been
looking at using ffmpeg in a script to batch process them.
The faulty audio is delayed about -100ms and I need to crop and replace
with black borders 16 left and right, and 8 top and bottom.
So far I've only managed to generate poor quality video where a straight
copy was what I wanted, and am now stuck with several ways to do this job
wrong. (Learning-curve overload-blockout.)
Anybody familiar with using ffmpeg directly?
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