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audio out of time with video

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by deester1, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. deester1

    deester1 Member

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    i have a problem when using nero vision express..if i save files as avi and use vission express to convert them into a DVD the sound SOMETIMES goes out of sync with the video..it doesnt always happen..but i think it is dependant on the file..ie if it does it once it will always do it..any ideas fixes would be appreciated. , oh and the avi files are fine when i capture them and watch them on the pc!
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    Its quite a common problem. You can re-align the sound in a program called Virtual Dub, i've yet to use it as i've never had that problem, but it does work. One other thing. Is the sound constantly out fo alignment (ie: by a sec or two throughout the whole movie) or does it gradually get worse as the film progresses?
     
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    thnx..the sound starts ok but gradually gets earlier in relation to the video..its ok using virtual dub i guess but how do i know if a captured avi. is going to do it..i dont usually find out till after ive finished the burning process and the captures are fine before theyre made in to a dvd?
     
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    Im not sure, it may be prudent to ask someone in the DivX forum or somewhere ;-)
     
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    so far only one of my captured .avi files has done this when burned to a dvd.i did a recapture and it worked fine.somehow i must have screwed up some settings somewhere even though the file played fine in media player.guess ill just have to accept that i made a couple of coasters..:(even though they did play who wants to watch a wedding when the bride says "i do" before her lips move..lol
     
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    lol - You can watch it with a lip reader and convince them you are telepathic
     

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