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video and music file does not syncronize properly


Kalpesh Shah

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HI there

 

I am working on a dvd project in videowave and myddvd. I have added music file to a video project. This looks exactly what it suppose to look in preview but when I burn the dvd the video and music file does not syncronize properly. I mean the music runs 1-2 seconds faster then the movie/video...which makes the whole project fullish.

 

Any suggestions?

 

thanks in advance

 

kalpesh

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HI there

 

I am working on a dvd project in videowave and myddvd. I have added music file to a video project. This looks exactly what it suppose to look in preview but when I burn the dvd the video and music file does not syncronize properly. I mean the music runs 1-2 seconds faster then the movie/video...which makes the whole project fullish.

 

Any suggestions?

 

thanks in advance

 

kalpesh

 

First, turn off your antivirus software or make sure it is not scanning your hard drive for viruses. This can slow down a computer while doing video work.

 

When you go to burn from MyDVD, select to burn to an ISO (image) file. Uncheck the other options. Name and put where you want the file to be created. When the encoding is finished, simply copy that ISO file to you DVD using Disc Copier.

 

This way of doing it separates the encoding from the burning so you computer does only one thing at a time. The time to do this process is only a little longer than the one step process but cures a variety off ills.

 

By the way, you can preview the video in Disc Copier to see if the video and audio are in sync.

 

If not, make sure you are doing nothing else during encoding (don't play games, read mail or surf.) It is always best to disconnect from the internet, turn off your anti-virus and anti-malware and everything else when you are doing video work.

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