Severity of BD Rebuilder problem from program installing new LAV version?
I previously had installed BD Rebuilder according to the instructions found this link.
However, I recently ran into a snag. I installed the program Zoom Player Max, which unfortunately automatically installed a new version of LAV Filters (0.69, to be exact) as part of its installation process. As anyone who has read the instructions on how to install BD Rebuilder knows, this can cause BD Rebuilder to output out-of-sync audio.
Clearly, I must remedy this issue. The problem is that I need to know just how severe and deep-rooted the problem now is. Would it suffice to merely uninstall the new version of LAV Filters through Control Panel, then reinstall the recommended version (0.65)? Or has the new version of LAV made other hidden changes to my system to such a severe extent that I will need to revert to the last system image backup that I made (from before installing Zoom Player) in order to solve this issue?
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