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Audio out of sync


sprdthword

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I have EMC 10 and have successfully made and burned a DVD from MyDVD.

Now I have come back to burn another one and all is well to the point of encoding. The preview in MyDVD works perfectly. When I go to burn, I get no picture in the encoding preview window until it gets to the menus and when the finished product is burned the audio is out of sync by fractions of a second - but very noticebly.

I have tried everything I can think of - burning to iso and DVD folders instead of directly to disc. I have also completely uninstalled (what a pain) and reinstalled the product only to get the same results.

I don't get why it worked once but now it won't. The avi file I am using was created with the same program as the first one - Adobe Premiere 6.1

That shouldn't even matter since everything works great - including the preview - until it encodes.

Help!! I'll appreciate any input I can get.

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I have EMC 10 and have successfully made and burned a DVD from MyDVD.

Now I have come back to burn another one and all is well to the point of encoding. The preview in MyDVD works perfectly. When I go to burn, I get no picture in the encoding preview window until it gets to the menus and when the finished product is burned the audio is out of sync by fractions of a second - but very noticebly.

I have tried everything I can think of - burning to iso and DVD folders instead of directly to disc. I have also completely uninstalled (what a pain) and reinstalled the product only to get the same results.

I don't get why it worked once but now it won't. The avi file I am using was created with the same program as the first one - Adobe Premiere 6.1

That shouldn't even matter since everything works great - including the preview - until it encodes.

Help!! I'll appreciate any input I can get.

You only see a preview of the video if it's actually encoding. If you simply see a grey screen, the file is already dvd compliant and is not being 're-encoded' and saves time.

This may have nothing to do with the reason you have audio sync problems. This problem has been discussed many, many times and a search of this forum has suggestions that work for some but not others.

Some things you can do are to split the file into smaller pieces. This seems to work for many. Also, make sure your hard drive is defragged and any other programs running in the background are shut down. Try not to use the computer while it's in the encoding process.

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Thanks for the quick reply. I did everything except chop the video into smaller pieces. I guess I'm not sure how to do that and still have the one movie I'm looking for.

You'd need to fire up Videowave and import your file then split the file.

You might look thru this thread which is in the v7/7.5 forums but still has useful info.

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