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Videowave Sync Problem Please Help!


zenith839

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Hello. I have sync problems in VideoWave. I install DVR-MS patch but nothing was change. I use ex. movie file approx 2h long. Format MPEG-2 in DVD Spec. When I only generate a dvd file in Videowave, everything is OK but if I add some music and generate dvd file there are audio sync problems. Audio are 1,5sec. late than video. Please help me, I don't have any idea to resolve that. This is only Videowave problem. My spec: Athlon XP 2,2GHz, 512MB RAM DDR, Radeon 9600, Win XP SP2, 40GB hard drive.

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Hello. I have sync problems in VideoWave. I install DVR-MS patch but nothing was change. I use ex. movie file approx 2h long. Format MPEG-2 in DVD Spec. When I only generate a dvd file in Videowave, everything is OK but if I add some music and generate dvd file there are audio sync problems. Audio are 1,5sec. late than video. Please help me, I don't have any idea to resolve that. This is only Videowave problem. My spec: Athlon XP 2,2GHz, 512MB RAM DDR, Radeon 9600, Win XP SP2, 40GB hard drive.

 

I had a problem with audio sync. And I got a new video card and capture card with no luch. I finally reinstalled EMC version 7.5 and I'm not having any audio sync problems. I guess we all will have to wait for the next update.

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Out of sync issues only seem to be a problem with MPEG2 files. It is a very technical issue because of the way MPEG2 files are compressed. Like James stated, every video editor has had this problem. Read through the other forums.

 

Zenith - what are you using to capture? If at all possible, capture to DV AVI. You won't have the OOS issue. DV AVI files are larger, but you have a big hard drive so that shouldn't be an issue.

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Out of sync issues only seem to be a problem with MPEG2 files. It is a very technical issue because of the way MPEG2 files are compressed. Like James stated, every video editor has had this problem. Read through the other forums.

 

Zenith - what are you using to capture? If at all possible, capture to DV AVI. You won't have the OOS issue. DV AVI files are larger, but you have a big hard drive so that shouldn't be an issue.

 

There is no MPEG2 files problem. To capture I use Roxio Media Import and files are record direct to MPEG2. They aren;t have sync problems. I used Arcsoft Showbiz DVD I make there the same job and the output files are good with no sync probems. Only VideoWave make this sync problems.

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I had a problem with audio sync. And I got a new video card and capture card with no luch. I finally reinstalled EMC version 7.5 and I'm not having any audio sync problems. I guess we all will have to wait for the next update.

 

No update is going to fix audio sync problems! The causes are many and every software package out there has problems with it…

 

One thing from zenith's post is striking and that is the small HD. With a drive that small, Defragging before rendering and again before attempting to burn is a must.

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No update is going to fix audio sync problems! The causes are many and every software package out there has problems with it…

 

One thing from zenith's post is striking and that is the small HD. With a drive that small, Defragging before rendering and again before attempting to burn is a must.

 

I have to disagree with you. I had sync problem with version 7 and when 7.5 came out they went away and now with version 8 I have sync problems again. I now have both version on my computer and I can create DVDs with version 7.5 with no problems. Same hardware but only one version of the software works. Roxio tried to do a little much with this version. I willing to wait for the update. I've been happy with everything else.

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