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Righting Wrongs aka Above The Law
#1
Hi All,

I'm working on a project of the above. I've been collecting together various audio sources but I need to apply a delay to most of them. The problem is one of them is True HD, a Cantonese 7.1 track from the blu ray, and I'm not aware that it's possible to add a delay to this type of audio file? 

If not I guess I have two options

  • Demux it to wav, add the delay, then encode as a DTS HD file
  • Leave it off altogether. I already have 5.1 and 2.0 Cantonese tracks, so I wonder what value the 7.1 track will add. For the video CMS Media used an upscale instead of a HD Scan so I wouldn't put it past them to have done a lax job on the audio as well.
Any ideas or suggestions welcome.


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#2
I say leave it off. Its a remix of a remix. I think you are fine with the other tracks.

Good movie BTW
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#3
You should be able to delay the TrueHD in your muxer by setting the appropriate value. The fact that eac3to can't "hard code" the delay shouldn't prevent you from applying a "soft" delay upon authoring.
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One of the best HK Action films of the 80's, I am so looking forward to this! I have a DVD copy of the Dragon Dynasty version so if you need any elements please let me know my friend
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