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Sound and Picture not in sink?

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by downsince, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. downsince

    downsince Member

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    Just burnt an avi file to DVD-r with Nero 7 now picture is fine and sound, problem is they are not in sink. I have tried two attempts and the problem keepd occuring? Can someone help me on this problem please to let me know why and how I can correct this?
     
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    help. I'm having the same problem. Using dvdsanta to burn my dvd+r
     
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    gwendolin Senior member

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    @rando1, Please dont hijack threads....your problem is NOT Nero related.

    @downsince, Which version of Nero 7 are you using. This is a common problem with Nero and AVI files.
     
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    I have Nero-7.7.5.1 version the demo at moment
     
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    Put the stopper back in the sink and they will stay there. For God's sake the word is "SYNC" from synchronization. LMAO

    Edit: Are spelling and grammar still part of schooling?
     
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    so would u just convert the video from AVI to something like MPEG?
     
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    I did converted the file to a DVD file using WinAVI Video Converter then burnt to DVD using DVD Shrink. Now the result was as follows picture and sound looks perfect but in some parts of the film the I was some break up in pixels in certain parts maybe the avi file not perfect.
     

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