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Audio sync on dvd

by mabocc / May 15, 2009 6:21 PM PDT

When I burn certain dvds from internet down loads using roxio creator 2009 I sometimes have audio playing slower than the video { like old kung fu movies]. The Sync usually goes off on the 2nd half of a 2 part movie download.Yet When I preview the movie before burning everything is fine. I preview on roxio, winamp, and windows media player.I AVG free have on a windows XP.90% of my large file downloads burn fine 4.6gb to 13.6gb.Should I try Nero? Ihave no trouble with Dvd fab software etc.

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Getting what you pay for?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 16, 2009 12:23 AM PDT
In reply to: Audio sync on dvd

Let's try this. Do the real DVDs play ok?

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audio sync on dvd-mabocc
by mabocc / May 16, 2009 2:26 AM PDT
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yes -regular dvds play fine. I use bit torrent with isohunt, demonoid,and a few others.I also use frostwire and limewire occasionally,but they are more limited and slow.I have high speed broadband and can get 500+kbs/sec. at times. Most burns are fine, 90% are ok.previews are perfect and my roxio usually cuts a 4.6 gb disc even if its only a 700mb file. I do look for bigger files as they look better. Right now my problems seem to be occuring with one set of videos from various sources.Lets say its a real popular franchise especially since the release of a newer video recently.

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So it's bum content.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 16, 2009 2:44 AM PDT

Seems like you need to complain to the persons that made it or edit it in some video editor to shift the audio track around.

"Lets say its a real popular franchise especially since the release of a newer video recently."

Why would that matter?
Bob

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audio sync troubles
by mabocc / May 16, 2009 7:03 AM PDT
In reply to: Audio sync on dvd

Thanks, I believe the particular downloads must be corrupt. I guess I could rerip my vhs copies to dvd using a panasonic dvd recorder in real time. I'll look for more files.Oh yeah There seems to be a lot of PAL files out there and they do play on one of my dvd players but theres some jitter and the audio is synced perfectly. oh well.thanks

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