That's only interleaving.
by R. Proffitt - 5/22/12 11:08 AM
In Reply to: Please try again. by Net_name
So far, no players today differ over interleaving.
I'm only a designer of many electronics things such as DVRs and until you reveal why it matters if we interleave or not I'm going with this discussion is falling apart fast. You need to get in here and reveal what you are trying to do.
For example, one poor soul was trying to knock around an old AVI file to play on their TV without a PC. They had written pages of details but no one would answer since they never revealed what it is they really wanted to do.
On top of that you omitted "DV" from your top post. I can only guess so much and when you omit the details, most will not be able to help.
In closing, one of our DVRs does indeed re-interleave on the fly as it receives AV data. The reason is technical but I'll keep it simple. We do this so the audio keeps better sync when the user jumps to some time index. It's not perfect but usually is within a few frames.
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