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sound delay from avi to mpeg


rob74

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Hi. I am a novice at this DVD stuff but am keen to get it working. I am using DVD Builder (version 1.3.0.11) to capture and render my DV's from my Canon. I have started with a very short (10 second) clip. Capturing seems fine and the AVI's play back fine too. However, after rendering to mpeg, there is a serious sound delay (at least 2 seconds over the 10 second clip). Rendering is fine if I reduce the resolution to "playback on my computer". Any ideas? You guys rock...

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Hi. I am a novice at this DVD stuff but am keen to get it working. I am using DVD Builder (version 1.3.0.11) to capture and render my DV's from my Canon. I have started with a very short (10 second) clip. Capturing seems fine and the AVI's play back fine too. However, after rendering to mpeg, there is a serious sound delay (at least 2 seconds over the 10 second clip). Rendering is fine if I reduce the resolution to "playback on my computer". Any ideas? You guys rock...

 

Do you have 'onboard sound' on your computer? (no separate audio card)

 

When you burn it to a DVD, do you have the sound delay? ( Use a RW to test if you have one)

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Do you have 'onboard sound' on your computer? (no separate audio card)

 

When you burn it to a DVD, do you have the sound delay? ( Use a RW to test if you have one)

 

Hi. I have not tried the dvd burn yet, but my previous comment may have been a bit ambiguous. The sound sounds ok, its the picture that is really slowed down when going from avi to mpeg.

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Hi. I have not tried the dvd burn yet, but my previous comment may have been a bit ambiguous. The sound sounds ok, its the picture that is really slowed down when going from avi to mpeg.

 

When i burned avi to dvd i noticed sound would go off synch too about 15 mins into

a 60 min show.

 

Course now i cant burn avi darn it. Still having codec issues.

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Hi. I have not tried the dvd burn yet, but my previous comment may have been a bit ambiguous. The sound sounds ok, its the picture that is really slowed down when going from avi to mpeg.

 

Try burning a DVD and see if the problem occurs in the final copy. You might just be having a playback problem on the computer.

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Hi. I am a novice at this DVD stuff but am keen to get it working. I am using DVD Builder (version 1.3.0.11) to capture and render my DV's from my Canon. I have started with a very short (10 second) clip. Capturing seems fine and the AVI's play back fine too. However, after rendering to mpeg, there is a serious sound delay (at least 2 seconds over the 10 second clip). Rendering is fine if I reduce the resolution to "playback on my computer". Any ideas? You guys rock...

I have only worked with mpg but the info in this thread might help sort things out for you. I have finally been able to get in sync and unblemished sound on my video using this method.

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