Re: How to convert AVCHD (MTS/M2TS) to MP4 losslessly.
My problem on converting mts files and re-encoding them (say for example I have 4 x 4gb MTS files with a 1.5 hour runtime in total, and these need to be encoded to fit on a DVD). All attempts whether directly using ffmpeg (compiled) or WinFF or on W7 DVD Flick or winff result in an audio delay.
Now I normally get an a/v delay if I try to encode ts files from my dvb stick. I get round this by demuxing them using ProjectX then encdoing the video and audio separately before muxing them back together. However ProjectX won't demux my mts files
Is there a fix in ffmpeg for this a/v delay (Video is running slightly behind audio, at the same gap throughout the encode - e.g. it doesn't get worse as time progresses.....
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