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help, synch issues

Discussion in 'Audio' started by johannis, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. johannis

    johannis Member

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    Apologies for repeated what is probably a oft asked question, i had a scan of the board but i couldn't quite find what i was looking for.

    I just want to stop downloading things that i can't use, having tried IMGburn i stated using dvdflick to burnm dvd's. seemed fine, but i'm getting a lot of problems with out of synch sound.

    found a link on this thread that suggested my problem was VBR and that i'd need gspot and avidemux to fix. downloaded both, gspot recvealed it was VBR but when i came to try to convert it with avidemux i can't get it to work...is there a simple tutorial out there...or freeware that will convert and burn without the synch problems..
    I'm sure there'a an easy sdolution but i'm completely confused.
     
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    Does the source file (the download) play in sync on the PC?

    VBR audio might be a problem if you want to play an AVI video on a standalone player - however, when the video is converted to DVD format using DVD Flick, the audio is now CBR.

    DVD Flick saves the output to a folder before burning, you can play those files on the PC to verify that the audio is synced before burning.

    I often find that DVD Flick will output video that is out of sync so I use FAVC instead.
     
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    thanks, yes the source is fine on the pc.
    is fvac a burning tool or just for converting?
     
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    FAVC is free;it uses the same burning program as DVD Flick.
     
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    had a go with favc, all seemed to be going well until i got this...

    'unhandled exception has occurred in your application'
    could not find path
    C:\windows\system32\documents\config.ini

    any thoughts?
     
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