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Audio not in Sync After ConvertXtoDVD

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by E_Night, Jun 30, 2007.

  1. E_Night

    E_Night Guest

    I am new at this...

    I used ConvertXtoDVD to convert a DivX file to DVD Video format, but the sound is way off from the video. I found an associated thread about AVI time offsets and ConvertXtoDVD, but the file suggested was no longer on the site. Help! What can I do to fix this problem???
     
  2. mistycat

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    If the conversion has a constant sync issue from beginning to end, this should fix it. If the sound gradually goes out of sync, it won't, try this instead: http://forum.videohelp.com/topic309224.html For a constant sync issue, drag your original into the top box of AviMux_Gui: http://www.alexander-noe.com/video/amg/ and select"generate data", now in the lower window, select "audio" and any delay will appear to the right. If other than 0 appears select "start", name and place your new file as you wish and use that. Remember to use the original file in AviMux_Gui, not the encoded file.
     
  3. E_Night

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    Thanks. It is a constant audio offset (about 4 seconds) through the entire DVD, but when I did what you suggested, the delay shows 0. 8-( I am so confused...
     
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    The delay in AviMux_Gui will be shown in ms. I have used this method many, many times and it has only failed once so I would be surprised if it failed now but it's not impossible.
     

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