There is also an optional SyncTest Media component, which consists of a DivX AVI with visual frame markers and a perfectly calibrated WAV file.
You can use SyncTest Media to rule out synchronization problems from your MPEG projects. You will see that the problem is caused either by the encoder/multiplexer or the VCD player.
Besides tracing the most common synchronization problems, you will also be able to design precise audio and video synchronization settings while muxing or encoding material for VCD.
SyncView is considered obsolete, as it has not been developed anymore since 2006.
Its last version, 2.1.0, was added several new features.
The new WAV Export Tool operations allow you to resize audio to a given length and then resample it to a second length in one operation. Due to the two-pass procedure, this process has become faster and more reliable.
The “Direct fix” option which is part of the Stream Demux Tool is useful to anyone looking to change the framerate of the source AVI fast. Thus you don’t have to demux the file first or to copy the AVI file.
Another useful feature is the “Mixing” option in the WAV Export Tool, which consists of various channel configuration and normalization features. You can even downmix multi-channel audio files with unknown channel configurations.
Use this powerful alignment tool and your MPEG projects will come out as expected!
This AVI/WAV alignment tool is completely free. SyncView can be used to determine the exact audio offsets you need in order to synchronize audio and video files properly when creating MPEG videos.