audio and video out of sync when burning dvd

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  1. 1house3kids0vette

    1house3kids0vette Member

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    Transferrring from avi to dvd. On my computer the file runs fine, but when burnt to dvd the audio is out of whack. I tried once with Nero and once with the program that came with the burner.
    Any suggestions on how to better sync them up?
    Thank in advance.
     
  2. phatguy88

    phatguy88 OT Supporter

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    Maybe try using virtual dub. Change audio to full processing and video to direct copy and save it. Then re-burn with the new file
     
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    I've never liked using Nero for videos.

    When you burn the disc, don't do anything else on the computer. Sometimes even stupid simple things can disrupt the encoding process and throw things off.
     
  4. 1house3kids0vette

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    I read that after the fact. Nero has issues and the leave the computer alone as well. I will try a burn tonight and just let it run.
    What program do you use for burning dvds?
    Thanks.
     
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    I also tend to burn at a slower speed when burning a movie.
     
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    I use VSO's ConvertXtoDVD for media that needs to be recoded (I have better luck on XP than Vista with this. I also have better luck with an older version than the up-to-date one). For copying parts or entire DVDs I use SlySoft CloneDVD.

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    I usually do 2-2.4x for DL and 6x or 8x for single-layer. I also only use my older Plextor for the DL content but go ahead and use my newer Samsung burner for the single layer (unlesss I make a coaster, than I try it with the Plextor).
     
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