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DVD Gods - Help! Audio won't sync with Video!!!

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by riz513ca, Jan 15, 2007.

  1. riz513ca

    riz513ca Member

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    Yup, newbie Riz here again seeking the advice of those more skilled at this than I am.

    I'm trying to burn I guess what would be called a multi episode DVD of my favorite TV show.

    I've gone through the entire process of getting each episode onto my hard drive and into AVI format. They work perfectly when viewed on my PC.

    Now, here's the problem, I'll burn about 3 episodes to each DVD and the one consistent problem that I'm having is that as I get further into watching the DVD, the sound starts to not sync up with the picture.

    It will start out fine....usually runs great for about 15 minutes and then the sound just seems to go wacky on me. I have no idea what I'm doing wrong!

    I've tried burning the DVDs at different speeds, 16x, 12x, 8x and even 2x. 2x - seemed to really muck things up not only with the sound but also with the picture.

    I've been using Nero Vision and I rarely have trouble when I burn a single movie to a DVD. Why are things so problematic with a multi episode DVD?

    DVD Gods, your assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated!

    Your loyal subject,

    Riz
     
  2. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi riz513ca
    Which version of Nero are you using - like 7.5.0.9a or 6.6.0.18?


    Commercials cut out on the tv episodes? Nero sometimes has a problem syncing the audio with those.

    Another option is ConvertXtoDVD.
    The trial will leave a watermark but you can at least give it a go and see how it handles them. I think with trial you don't have the burn option either but once converted you can burn the files w/ Nero Burning Rom or Express.
     

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