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Audio Video Sync solutions?


Jesse

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First off, I'd like to say that you guys have been a huge help. This support community has made my life a little less complicated while trying to create the perfect wedding and honeymoon DVDs.

 

I've seen a few posts about audio being out of sync after a DVD was burned. I haven't seen any definitive solutions though. I am also having this problem on occasion. I save my movie from Windows Movie Maker and it plays fine on the computer but the final DVD is a little bit off. The movies are under an hour.

Could defragging my computer help any?

Is there any audio settings I can play with?

Also, I heard it's best to lower the burn speed. Is there ever a time when a slower burn, like 4x, could be worse than a faster burn or will quality always be better if not the same?

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First off, I'd like to say that you guys have been a huge help. This support community has made my life a little less complicated while trying to create the perfect wedding and honeymoon DVDs.

 

I've seen a few posts about audio being out of sync after a DVD was burned. I haven't seen any definitive solutions though. I am also having this problem on occasion. I save my movie from Windows Movie Maker and it plays fine on the computer but the final DVD is a little bit off. The movies are under an hour.

Could defragging my computer help any?

Is there any audio settings I can play with?

Also, I heard it's best to lower the burn speed. Is there ever a time when a slower burn, like 4x, could be worse than a faster burn or will quality always be better if not the same?

 

 

I am still confused what program you are using. Why aren't you capturing your video with EMC 9?

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I am still confused what program you are using. Why aren't you capturing your video with EMC 9?

 

I captured and edited with Windows Movie Maker. I didn't own EMC 9 until after I edited a lot of videos. So I just start a project with MyDVD and bring in my movie from WMM.

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First off, I'd like to say that you guys have been a huge help. This support community has made my life a little less complicated while trying to create the perfect wedding and honeymoon DVDs.

 

I've seen a few posts about audio being out of sync after a DVD was burned. I haven't seen any definitive solutions though. I am also having this problem on occasion. I save my movie from Windows Movie Maker and it plays fine on the computer but the final DVD is a little bit off. The movies are under an hour.

Could defragging my computer help any?

Is there any audio settings I can play with?

Also, I heard it's best to lower the burn speed. Is there ever a time when a slower burn, like 4x, could be worse than a faster burn or will quality always be better if not the same?

Defragging always helps your computer.

Try capturing and editing in smaller file sizes instead of large chunks which usually helps.

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