Converting WAV to MP3 adds leading silence?

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tververs
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Converting WAV to MP3 adds leading silence?

Post by tververs » Mon Oct 28, 2019 1:39 pm

Hey there!

I've been using FFMPEG for some projects and it has been a great help normalizing audio files I've been getting from voice-actors.

But recently I've started a project where synchronicity between audio and animation is very important and noticed that there's something wrong with the audio.
When putting the source .WAV file next to the target .MP3 I noticed the following: Image

There's about 0.05 second of silence that has been added to the file!

Does anyone know how to make sure this doesn't happen, otherwise I'll have to look for alternative methods...

Cheers!

pandy
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Re: Converting WAV to MP3 adds leading silence?

Post by pandy » Mon Oct 28, 2019 6:12 pm

You can cut sample or advance sound by modifying PTS

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