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ConvertXtoDVD Out Of Sync!!!

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by thakidd, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. thakidd

    thakidd Member

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    Hey guys i recently downloaded this documentary. It is in .mp4 format....so i wanted to burn it to a dvd and that is what i did, but when i watch it back on a dvd played the audio and video is out of sync...im using convertXtoDVD....does anyone have any suggestions...or is there a burning program that can improve this problem?
     
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    You can try Nero.

    Is the original file out of sync too?

    Also try leaving the computer alone while using ConvertxtoDVD.
     
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    anymore suggestions?
     
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    Hi,

    The input file probably has MP3 VBR as the audio stream.

    AviMUX-GUI can tell you if there is a delay, and fix it.

    http://www.alexander-noe.com/video/amg/

    Playing a file and converting a file are 2 different things, so playing the input file may be in sync, doesn't mean when you convert it, it will also be in sync.

    If AviMUX-GUI doesn't fix it, then you will need VirtualMod (Never used it sorry, so have no idea what steps to do).

    With VirtualMod, demux the audio from the file, and re-mux it as MP3 CBR (Constant Bitrate) instead of VBR (Variable Bitrate).

    This should also do it, but like I said, I have personally never done it !
     
  5. thakidd

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    the avi program does not support .mp4...
     
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