@BetterBrock First, check the length of the original video to be replaced.
Edit the video with video editing software so that it is the same or shorter than the length you have confirmed.
Convert to "Bink" format afterwards.
We do not know the cause of the sound bug, but it is most likely caused by the video being too long, so adjust the video length properly first.
@BetterBrock Before starting the conversion, edit the video to be converted so that it is the same length as the "original video" or shorter.
If the video you want to replace is longer than the original video, it will be automatically cut off and you will not be able to watch the rest of the video.
This can also cause unexpected problems, so please be sure to comply.
Also, although there is no resolution specification
the size of the converted video may become quite large.
If you want to reduce the size as much as possible, please do the "compression" operation together when converting.
@YoYO16 Currently, "Attack on Titan" is in production.
Since "Dragon Ball" has a long broadcast period, it is difficult to carefully select scenes.
Also, there is a time limit for each video, so I try to make them when I feel like it.
@Aakashnarang95 "Demon Slayer" is currently in production.
@BetterBrock Unfortunately, this is not possible with regular MP4 video.
This is because the game only supports "Bink" files as embedded videos.
All videos must be converted to "Bink" files.