Adding Audio Tracks to a DVD
blchupin at iinet.net.au
Wed Jul 21 02:21:02 UTC 2010
On 21/07/10 06:35, Justin W. Hart wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm a Rifftrax enthusiast. I've been listening to rifftrax by
> starting VLC and syncing it with Rhythmbox. I'm also getting into
> http://www.zarban.com/ which offers other commentaries. What I'd like
> to do is to add the commentaries as audio tracks on AVIs or DVD isos.
> I know that this is possible, because pirates do it, but, what I'd
> really like is to rip a few of my favorite movies, and stick all of
> the commentaries onto the movie file so I can just casually watch it
> or flip between commentaries.
> Anyway, does anybody know how to add audio tracks to an AVI or DVD
> iso? Also, is there good software for syncing up two audio streams?
> Usually you sync rifftrax up at the start of the movie, so there is
> some lag betwixt the two tracks.
Have a look at Avidemux, DeVeDe, and Cinelerra - one of them should do
what you want. (And while you are in Synaptic Package Manager have a
look to see if there are any other apps which you may want.)
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