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Audio Problems

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The sound on the DVD I made drags/hangs. The DVD is 6 minutes worth of still pictures with music in the background. I am burning to a 16x DVD-R (Verbatim), using Easy VHS to DVD, Version 1.2.198; 5.0.0.0. My computer operates on Vista is a 64 bit, Intel Quad CPU @2.4Ghz and has 6 GB of RAM. I have tried several copies, the last time shutting down other programs in an attempt to make sure as many resources as possible were available. I need the DVD for a funeral in two days and would appreciate any help.

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I don't have that one at my fingertips...

 

Go under Tools - Options and set it to Render using Software (default is hardware)

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As an experiment, I started over. I put in one 8 second introductory video with text, 66 pictures, and laid in the audio background. There are no transitions, outside of the introductory text, no text. The sound still hangs. If anyone has any suggestions, I would appreciate it. I am up against a wall.

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Have you updated the driver for your audio card/chip?

 

Usually out of sync (similar to what you have ) is caused by a fragmented hard drive. Do you defrag often?

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Thank you for the suggestions! By the process of rebuilding the video and burning a DVD after each step, I have learned that the problem is the 8 second intro. video. Don't know why, but after deleting it, even the original production produced a good DVD. Now I need to replace that video. I made it with Roxio, doing a capture from a Youtube video. It was an mpg file. Does anyone know why it might have caused the problem?

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Might have copyright protection on it.

 

Try using a free video converter to reconvert the mpg2 file to another mpg2.

Edited by sknis

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