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Post #931332

Author
Arnied
Parent topic
Info: The SSE sync thread
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https://originaltrilogy.com/post/id/931332/action/topic#931332
Date created
18-Apr-2016, 2:01 PM
Last modified
5-Jul-2020, 6:57 PM
Edited by
oojason
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I love the SSE but it already has some pretty bad compression artifacts. Therefore I did not really like the idea of syncing the SSE video to the GOUT audio by inserting blank frames and re-encoding the thing. So I made an avisynth script (based on the script in The GOUT sync thread) that cuts down the NTSC GOUT to match the SSE. The advantage is you can add any GOUT synced audio, export it and mux it with the SSE video.

First I split the -1 intro and the film using MKVToolnix. In the output tab select Split mode ‘after field/frame numbers’ and enter the value 1005. This give you two separate clips, the -1 intro and the film itself.

Avisynth script:


LoadPlugin(“DGDecode.dll”)
video = mpeg2source(“Star Wars NTSC.d2v”)
audio = wavsource(“SW - 1977 Theatrical Dolby Stereo Mix.wav”)
AudioDub(video, audio)

duplicateframe(0)
duplicateframe(0)
loop(0,42593,42604)
loop(0,45143,45146)
loop(0,55732,55735)
deleteframe(56067)
deleteframe(56908)
loop(0,58456,58459)
deleteframe(60736)
deleteframe(64746)
loop(0,70480,70481)
deleteframe(78636)
loop(0,83419,83422)
loop(0,86625,86682)
loop(0,113559,113564)
loop(0,143954,143958)

For the wavesource you can choose any GOUT synced wave file. When you open the script in virtualdub click ‘File > Save WAV’ to save you SSE synced audio. Now all you have to do is mux it with the film you just split.