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Audio Out Of Sync In Mydvd


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Here's a problem. I am making a video in MyDVD, which consists of 20+ short clips on one timeline. As long as I don't edit any clips everything's fine. But if I make changes to any clip, then audio track for this clip get's totally screwed on burned DVD (not on the computer). E.g. if I cut a piece from the middle of a clip, audio at this point starts from the beginning of this clip. Or if I cut the beginning of a clip, audio is not truncated together with the video - it still starts from the very beginning, as if a cut took place only in the video track, not in the audio.

This is a new computer, Dell Intel Core i5 processor, 6Gb memory, nothing running in the background. Exactly the same problem I had on my old slower computer. I saw people around complaining about sync issues, but I hadn't seen any fixes. Somebody?

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Here's a problem. I am making a video in MyDVD, which consists of 20+ short clips on one timeline. As long as I don't edit any clips everything's fine. But if I make changes to any clip, then audio track for this clip get's totally screwed on burned DVD (not on the computer). E.g. if I cut a piece from the middle of a clip, audio at this point starts from the beginning of this clip. Or if I cut the beginning of a clip, audio is not truncated together with the video - it still starts from the very beginning, as if a cut took place only in the video track, not in the audio.

This is a new computer, Dell Intel Core i5 processor, 6Gb memory, nothing running in the background. Exactly the same problem I had on my old slower computer. I saw people around complaining about sync issues, but I hadn't seen any fixes. Somebody?

Sergey

 

What operating system? If W7 then EMC 10 is not compatible

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Yes, it's W7, but I had the same issue with audio out of sync on another computer under XP. EMC 10 may be not supported under W7, but from my limited experience - some audio/video editing and dvd burning - it works all the same.

 

You just found out that it isn't working in Windows 7. It works fine in Windows XP and Vista. I have no clue why it wouldn't work for you in Windows XP, but I don't remember seeing a post by anyone having the problem that you just posted.

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You just found out that it isn't working in Windows 7. It works fine in Windows XP and Vista. I have no clue why it wouldn't work for you in Windows XP, but I don't remember seeing a post by anyone having the problem that you just posted.

I can't believe it. I say that the program has the same issues on different computers under XP and Windows 7 and you answer that I just found out that "it isn't working in Windows 7. It works fine in Windows XP"? I wonder if it's a peer-to-peer support forum or a communist party meeting in Moscow circa 1980. I'm out of here.

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I can't believe it. I say that the program has the same issues on different computers under XP and Windows 7 and you answer that I just found out that "it isn't working in Windows 7. It works fine in Windows XP"? I wonder if it's a peer-to-peer support forum or a communist party meeting in Moscow circa 1980. I'm out of here.

 

Wow! Same arrogance as in your posts from the past. :blink: Maybe you can reprogram the software so that it works for you. :)

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Too bad, I was going to post that the W7 vs XP computer blurred the issue and the OP gave up.

 

I would have suggested to the OP to 1) Make sure the XP computer exceeds the minimum spec, 2) Make sure all updates are made and 3) Make an ISO file and then burn that because the XP computer can't keep up with both the encoding and the burning at the same time 4) Don;t waste your time trying to use the W7 computer.

 

I'm not sure where the communist party came from. Perhaps the OP is studying that in school. I doubt that the OP would have listened anyway . :(

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Too bad, I was going to post that the W7 vs XP computer blurred the issue and the OP gave up.

 

I would have suggested to the OP to 1) Make sure the XP computer exceeds the minimum spec, 2) Make sure all updates are made and 3) Make an ISO file and then burn that because the XP computer can't keep up with both the encoding and the burning at the same time 4) Don;t waste your time trying to use the W7 computer.

 

I'm not sure where the communist party came from. Perhaps the OP is studying that in school. I doubt that the OP would have listened anyway . :(

 

No, he would not have listened, anyway. Go back through previous posts by him.

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