Audio out-of-sinc to video in burning DVD...

May 16, 2011 at 08:13:01
Specs: Windows XP SP3, 2.40 Ghz AMD
I have been downloading movies with Vuze PLus and playing them on my PC and they play just fine, audio and video is in-sinc. I have burned them to DVD and played them on my regular DVD player and everything is still great. However, one movie is giving me fits - SALT. It plays well on the PC but three attempts to burn it to DVD have failed - audio is out-of-sinc by about four seconds. The original must be using a codec I haven't come across yet.

My ISP is Rogers (live in Ottawa area) but don't think that has anything to do with the problem since all the other movies are OK.

My OS is Windows XP Pro

Any ideas out there?

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May 18, 2011 at 10:10:58
I assume when you convert it to dvd, it is creating temporary files. Try to play these, before burning.

What software are you using to burn?

I use Winavi

A thank you would be nice, if I have helped.

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May 18, 2011 at 20:35:28
Thanks for the reply, Clive. I download with Vuze and burn to disk with Vuze Plus. Most files burned to a DVD on the PC can only be played on a PC or laptop but not on a DVD player hooked up to a TV. DVD burned with Vuze Plus can be played directly on the DVD. I have done quite a few and they work fine on the TV I can play the copy that was originally downloaded on the PC and the audio/video are in sync. The temp file made before the burn would be the same (I would think).


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May 26, 2011 at 00:32:23
Download and install vDub from

Use this to sync the video and audio streams. It can take a little while to get it right, but it's a free solution to an annoying problem.

I'd also try using a different burning program. Vuze is both converting and burning the videos, and is probably not doing it well.

Please let us know if you found someone's advice to be helpful.

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