I have quite a big project I would like to pursue. This morning I was sent I DVD of a televised performance from my favourite band. It was originally aired nineteen years ago, and it looks like somebody has converted their original taped video onto DVD. The picture quality is actually pretty good for its age, although the sound is not too hot.
There are nine chapters on this DVD, one for each of the nine songs. The full concert had thirteen songs in total - four were cut due to ITV’s (the channel that broadcasted it all those years ago) time limitations. An official CD of this performance was released, and the sound quality on that, understandably, is far superior to the video source. There are thirteen tracks on the CD, as every song performed was recorded. Unfortunately, as I said before, not all of them were filmed.
What I want to do is replace the audio on the DVD entirely with the relevant tracks from the superior-sounding official CD. So that (presumably) means that I have to extract the nine songs from my CD and somehow insert them into the DVD, ensuring that the picture is perfectly in sync to the audio at all times accross all songs.
I have seen a handful of tutorials which detail how to go about replacing single tracks on a DVD, for instance how to insert your own custom soundtrack to be played throughout a movie. My situation differs as I have nine sound files to insert seamlessly into the DVD, lining them all up somehow in tune with the picture.
I would greatly appreciate anybody who can help me with this. Thanks in advance,