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Film sync

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by astgte, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. astgte

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    Having a few problems at the moment with audio sync on a few films i've downloaded. Nero plays tham with a large gap between mouths opening and the words appearing, but they play fine with windows media. Is there something simple i'm doing wrong?
     
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    Does your standalone DVD player play the movie OK? If so, it's the Nero player itself that's askew. reboot and try it.
     
  3. astgte

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    Sorry, dont understand that? Do you mean the player that is not attached to the computer. I havent tried to burn the discs yet, but most play with no problems, just a couple seem to be badly out, but replorts say that they are perfect. Should I try and burn one and see, is that what you mean. Sorry for the daft questions.
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    OK so you haven't actually burned a DVD but the player in your pc is causing the gap. But WMP will play it properly. I would burn it to a DVD. I would think the problem is with the Nero player and not the downloaded file.
     
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    Thats correct, I usually dont bother burning to disc if the file does not play in sync when I check it on nero. Is it a fairly common trait of nero, to play out of sync on file but burn ok. I have tried the file in pwoer dvd,and medic player and both are ok, just nero.
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    Nero's player is not the best in the world either. I use powerDVD to check my burns.
     
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    So would you advise then to check the downloaded film in another program? I have powerdvd and it plays in sync there, but I dont have the option of burning in it(unless I shell out the cash for it;)) And if it plays in sync, it should burn ok?
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    Since the cost of DVDs is around $.20 I would burn the file with nero and see what happens. If you get a coaster so what you haven't lost much. Take a chance. If the file is playing ok in one program then it's a good file.
     

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