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output video in slow motion
Hello.  Apologies if there was a post about this already.

Hybrid has started creating output that has video running at different speeds from the audio.  Curiously, in one run it starts slower than the audio, then later speeds up faster than it, and so on.  Any suggestions for preventing this from happening?

Thank you.

DanielPlease, read the 'Infos needed to fix&reproduce bugs,..'-sticky before you post about a problem.
Since you ignored the:
Quote:Please, read the 'Infos needed to fix&reproduce bugs,..'-sticky before you post about a problem.
I can only give a few wild guess.

Problem might be that:
  • source is vfr, but not reported as that by MediaInfo -> tell Hybrid to always extract time codes by enabling "Config->Automation->On Load->Always extract timecodes from input" before loading your source.
  • source isn't vfr but has broken time codes. -> tell Hybrid to ignore the time codes from the input by enabling "Config->Internals->
    Handling->Ignore all input timecodes" before loading your source.
  • time codes have some glitches which cause problems and source if vfr -> tell Hybrid to decode to cfr by enabling "Confg->Input->Decoding->CFR output"
  • there are one or multiple glitches inside your source -> Sadly there is nothing Hybrid can do about it, better use another tool which processes audio&video in one go like tools based on ffmpeg or handbrake usually do.
  • the player you use has a problem with the formats you use.
  • might be a problem with you system setup

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