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This should be easy for some of you!

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cmberges, Sep 30, 2003.

  1. cmberges

    cmberges Guest

    Hello,

    I have burned 28 days later to a dvd-rw with Nerovision Express.

    The video quality is very good but after the first 20 min or so the audio starts to get behind the movie?!?!

    I load the avi(no seperate audio) and then Nero does the rest.

    Is there something i need to set to make this better?? I burn at 1x speed for the most stable quality, but im losing the audio somewhere! I checked the org. avi to see that the audio is ok there and it is.

    Any suggestion(retrying it right now)!

    Should i have nero run ALONE(running some ftp programs at the same time)

    Thanks,
    CB

    System
    1700 amd xp
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    80 gig 7200 WD HDD
    BIG ASS GRAFX CARD
     
  2. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes run Nero alone (d'oh)
     
  3. Thrash75

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    I suggest, that you use TMPGEnc to make the DVD file for burning. I have heard, that Nero is not that reliable on the encoding point.

    If you choose to pre-encode it with TMPGEnc, then first check the framerate, and setup TMPGEnc accordingly. I'm sure there are guides for that, if you don't know how. I check framerate with the "DivX player" (comes with the DivX codec). While file is playing, right-click in the middle of the picture, and choose "Show Playback Properties" and then "File Information". Then look under framerate.

    Don't know if this helps, but good luck.
     
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  4. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    TMPGEnc is superior ; )

    [was just thinking of easy of use in Nero suggestion]
     
  5. cmberges

    cmberges Guest

    Well nero is working fine now. It only did it in one movie.

    Im backing up some avi files and nero is making them DVD file and it actually looks REALLY good. So im not sure why people hate nero so much as i have used every other program out there and this is the best so far!

    I guess 1 out of 10 will have to do for me!

    Thanks for the help,
    CB
     
  6. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    hmm, converting to DVD and having problems + asking in the VCD/SVCD forum? eeeeek, thread moved :)
     
  7. cmberges

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    O who cares what section! I tries VCD/SVCD/DVD hell there all the same so get over it.

    Not like i really got an answer anyways, but good thing i figured it out on my own HUH!

    Thank you,
    CB
     
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