AVI Audio & video on burned DVD out of sync

Gigabyte / P35c-ds3r
January 12, 2010 at 08:00:48
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 3 GHz / 3582 MB
Hey Everyone,

I recently formatted my machine as it was becoming very bloated and slow. Reinstalled all my software and here is the problem i am facing.

When i convert any AVI file to dvd either using DVD Flick or Xillisoft (free) the audio and video are out of syn, the audio seems to be ahead of the video about 5 or 7 seconds and this is very annoying when watching the dvd.

I have installed various codec packs, but recently uninstall them all and install K-Lite codec pack all in one. this hasnt helped.

Any ideas what i shold be doing? i have downloaded gsport but was unable to figure out what it was trying to tell me, when i render the video with option 1 or 2 it would fail but option 3 would work, this is for Audio and Video.

Any help would be awesome, i am really confused and have updated all my drivers, firmware etc. i does see, like a codec issue but which one??

i use Powerdvd (currently trial) to watch my dvds.

if i use an original dvd in the drive it works perfectly.



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January 12, 2010 at 14:43:02
... 7 seconds is a large time spam in video editing

... that'll be my fix for your problem as in most video editing software allows the shifting of audio one way or another plus you can burn to dvd with it aswell.

... best to make a small video of only a few minutes to check the lip sync


........ps.... I use cyberlink powerdirector


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February 5, 2010 at 07:27:27
Thanks for the reply but i dont quite understand what your fix is?

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February 5, 2010 at 07:58:09
... sorry "video editing software" you should get hold of it from some where (buddies etc)

... as I stated best to try a small section of the video you wish to burn to a dvd(?) perhaps just a few minutes to see if the lip sync is ok.

... most video editing software allows you to move the sound <> one way or the other to match

... ie... when you load the video into the software it should show you video and sound as seperate units so by highlighting the sound file and moving it say seven seconds in any direction forwards/backwards then play to check everything is ok one can either create video file or burn to dvd.



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