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The Dark Side of Oz - HD 5.1
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Since the dawn of home video people have been watching The Wizard of Oz while listening to Dark Side of the Moon. To make it a more cinematic experience I've taken the the 5.1 mix of the album and synced it to the blu-ray video.
This project starts with the film audio, fades into the album going through it about 2 and half times. I added a fade-out at the end, otherwise it just ends in the middle of a song.
I have it synced to the 70th Anniversary BD (with offset of -21ms as it's encoded in DTS-HDMA) as that's the only version I have. It might sync to other versions, and if I get a hold of any other versions I'll update this post with the required offsets.

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I've had this file sitting around for awhile and just never did the sync. I guess I no longer need to!
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Came back to this and made a couple of updates. I looped back through the album another half time to go through the entire film, adding a fade at the very end of the movie. I also increased the volume on the opening movie music before it goes into the album so it's more consistent.
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I noticed that the album repeats when it should overlap at the end of each playthrough until the heartbeat at the beginning is audible each time, since you're supposed to pause the movie each time the album ends, then replay the album until the heartbeat at the beginning is audible, and resume playing the movie each time said heartbeat is audible, according to this.
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(2022-05-14, 05:22 PM)James76 Wrote: I noticed that the album repeats when it should overlap at the end of each playthrough until the heartbeat at the beginning is audible each time, since you're supposed to pause the movie each time the album ends, then replay the album until the heartbeat at the beginning is audible, and resume playing the movie each time said heartbeat is audible, according to this.

I've seen a few different ways for syncing the two, it just comes down to personal preference. It'll never be perfect, and the way I did it the music will still 'sync' with plenty of big moments pretty well.
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