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  1. Hi all! Got a problem here trying to convert my AVCHD .mts files into Quicktime .mov, the video bit of the converted movie seems to be playing at least twice faster than the sound, its not that the sound and video are not in sync together, they did start at the same time, it's almost like you're fast forwarding a movie only to see people talking or moving really quickly but the sound is at a normal speed. Very strange! Here is the pram. of the original AVCHD videos: Video: H.264/AVC, 1280 x 720, 50 fps Audio: Dolby Ditigal, Stereo, 48000Hz And here is the pram. for Quicktime conversion (pretty much default here): Compression type: MPEG-4 Frame Rate: 'Current' fps Key Frames: Every 24 frames Data Rate: Restrict to 6400 kbits/sec Compressor: Medium Can anyone tell me what I was doing wrong or any solution to my problem? Thanks in advance!!! Suky
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