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I noticed that avdump constantly warns on my files (mkv, where there is no junk padding but metadata delay) that the audio tracks are shorter by 0.X seconds then the video track. I am guessing this means it ignores the delay info in the mkv, is that correct? just thought I might point that out as a possible bug report.
what i mean is that silence in the beginning is removed by the audio encoder causing the audio track to be "shorter", but it is replaced with a metadata note to have a delay of X ms before starting to play the audio... the delay adds up with the actual audio to the same size. Its an encoding technique that saves space, but unless metadata is consulted it seems as the audio is shorter then the video, when it really isn't.