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Audio Sync Problem


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I have a problem where in VideoWave 7.1.1.189 I've assembled a few mpegs and written out a bigger mpeg and the audio is way out of sync (1-2 secs). The audio on the input files is okay and I created the smaller mpegs with VideoWave. I tried DVD Builder but have the same problem.

 

I recreated the smaller videos using MPEG audio (rathert than AC3) and still have the same problem. I assembled the smaller mpegs into a DVD with a Ulead program and that works okay.

 

Any ideas???

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Thanks guys, I think I'll stick with my solution. My video is a compilation of 20+ years with each year being a production of video clips and pics (less than 1 min) with background audio added. Each year is rendered into its own mpeg (with mpeg audio). I then use Ulead Moviefactory to compile a DVD (18 min).

 

The Ulead product that I have doesn't support AC3 but this isn't a problem.

 

Can anyone say specifically that Videowave version 9 works okay or does it still have the audio sync problem???

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Can anyone say specifically that Videowave version 9 works okay or does it still have the audio sync problem???

I don't have v9 but think I remember hearing it still has the sync issue from someone who upgraded to get rid of it and it didn't work.

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The audio on the input files is okay and I created the smaller mpegs with VideoWave. I tried DVD Builder but have the same problem.

Any ideas???

 

Some people are able to Output the production for a DV camcorder ( AVI file ), put that file on a DVD Builder menu and keep the audio in sync.

 

Did you import the files using EMC 7?

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FWIW, that didn't work for me.

 

I know. However, if I remember correctly, you're importing files of television programs that were recorded on a DVD Recorder.

 

We don't know where these files come from and different solutions work for different file sources and computer configurations.

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