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Video and audio synchronizing help..

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by MontessNY, Jan 15, 2007.

  1. MontessNY

    MontessNY Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I been burning dvd movies for a while now. When I burn movies to DVD disk, for some reason my audio is 2 secs faster than my video and movements of the lips, sort of like watching a bad dubbed foreign movie. Does this have anything to do with my wite speeds to dvd disk? I download movies from torrent sites and this happens from time to time. Can anyone please forward me any information.

    My thanks to all in advance
    C.S
     
  2. scf_au

    scf_au Regular member

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    This is pretty common esp. with downloaded movies. Try use e.g. VSO ConvertXToDVD for encoding. The program does a very good job tackling the sync. problem.

    Good luck!
     
  3. MontessNY

    MontessNY Member

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    Thanks for your advice,

    I figured it has a lot to do with downloaded movies. What's a good write speed to burn dvd?

    Thanks agian.
    C.S
     
  4. mistycat

    mistycat Active member

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    If you have a constant audio sync problem, and it sounds like you do, this should fix it: http://www.alexander-noe.com/video/amg/ Drag and drop your video into the top window, highlight it and select generate data. In the lower window, highlight audio and any delay will appear in a window to the right. If anything other than 0 appears, select start and use the new file you'll have in 1-2 minutes. Name and put the new file as you wish when you select start and, also, the origonal may have no delay when pllayed on your pc. BTW, a good burn speed is 4x and a good rule of thumb is to burn at 1/2 the rated speed of the media.
     
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    4x or 8x
     

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