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Xvid to Dvd-r, garbled audio for 20 mins

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by matt1311, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. matt1311

    matt1311 Member

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    Hi, im fairly new to dvd creation, but understand a fair amount of things for research, however i cant find an answer to this anywhere!

    I have an xvid on my comp i want to put onto a dvd, i tried using convertxtodvd and the result was a disk with good video but garbled audio for the first 20 mins of the vid.

    Looking at the info for the audio stream i thought that the problem was that the video's audio was encoded as 44.1hz,
    so i have used dvdlabpro to convert the audio and video streams to 48hz *.ac3 and a *.m2v files respectively, tried burning again and unfortunatly have the same result

    any help would be appreciated.

    Mattfinish
     
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    Does the original AVI sound OK on the PC?
    When ConvertX has finished, the DVD files in the folder should have 48KHz audio.
    How do the output files sound and how does the disk sound on the PC?
     
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    THe original avi sound fine on my pc, as does the completed dvd, and all the files have 48hz audio...
     
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    The DVD sounds fine?
     

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