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Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by brad3314, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. brad3314

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    hi not sure if this is the right section to ask this forgive me if it's not

    i filmed a wedding the other day and i have edited it and added slideshows to it. The file was in MMV so i converted it to
    DivX AVI (PAL)using a free version of a program called STOIK video converter 2.1.1 everything was all playing perfect on the computer but after burning the audio starts off ok and after 5min it's way out of sinc with the video

    i used a program called CyberLink PowerDirector for burning

    please help i've spent 3 full days just editing this i need to fix it

    Thankyou
     
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    sorry i was suppose to say it was origanally in WMV not mmv
     
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    is the audio out of sync on the divx file or the dvd u burned....cuz i use to use dvd santa to convert my files to vob files and would have to set the video to 1 millsec delay to sync the files....would say to try winavi to convert files to vob and burn with nero....sorry not to much help but dont know what to tell ya
     
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    it's just out of sync on the dvd after burning
     
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    I'm now converting it to UNCOMPRESSED AVI it says ( preserve origonal content ) will this be any better ? or should i convert it to DV AVI ?

    btw already tried winavi and it doesn't work properly for me

     
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    Ok uncompressed or DV isn't an option as about 30sec of film downloaded as 4 something gig

     
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    if i was to slow down the burn speed would that make a difference ?
     
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    i tried running the wmv file through it and it wouldn't work so i'm currently running the avi file through it i will see how it turns out
     
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    ok it's in VOB format now what ?
     
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    I was hoping that the original files WMV could be converted to DVD files thus preserving maximum quality.

    If you click on a VOB file and it plays in sync, do the following.

    Verify and Burn to DVD using DVD Shrink and DVD Decrypter
    DVD Shrink
    http://www.mrbass.org/dvdshrink/

    DVD Decrypter
    http://www.mrbass.org/dvdrip/


    Install DVD Decrypter then run it.
    Click 'Mode' > 'ISO' > 'Write'.
    Set the write speed to 4x.
    Exit Decrypter.You are finished with it.

    Install Shrink.
    Run Shrink, click 'Open files'
    Find the folder that contains the VOB files.
    Shrink will import and process the files.
    (If Shrink accepts the files it means that they are in the correct format to burn to DVD.)
    Click 'Backup!'
    From the dropdown menu elect to burn the DVD with DVD Decrypter.

    There are other fine programs which will write VOB files to DVD.
    These two programs have a history of stability and reliability that sets them apart..and freeware.
     

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