I’ve been using this guide to edit my Vob files: http://forum.videohelp.com/topic338866.html
Initially I applied the method to my original VOBs and it worked fine, but I didn’t need all the VOB and given the run times I decided to cut the VOB first with VobBlanker, and only then apply the previous method.
The problem is, the video starts to play from time=0, while the audio, wav-format in particular, starts to play from t~=23 minutes, which is where cut it on the original VOB. If I extract to AC3 (using DGIndex), it plays fine on VLC, but when I convert it to wav (using HeadAC3he), the delay reappears. And for some reason when I decode to wav directly using DGIndex, the program run normally, but no wav-file is created.
Also, my VOB audio only has 2 channels, so if the wav-decoding worked on the DGIndex, then should I just use that instead cc3 first, and then the to wav using HeadAC3he as per the original guide (why did the author go through that extra step?)
Thanks in advance.