There are now dozens to choose from. All the video editors I've seen in the past 10 years get you control over sync.
-> Do the videos play OK in VLC PLAYER or not? Sometimes I find that the player matters.
I had some family videos of various older formats converted to digital on DVDs.
The guy either didn't bother with syncing the audio properly or maybe was not able to? (variable vs constant rate perhaps?)
Anyways it's done now and I read that there is software that can help manually sync it up.
I'm new to video/audio editing but I can figure things out decently if you walk me through a bit.
And step one is making copies of the files because I'm guessing I will mess up the syncing a few times : )
Last thing is after it is synced, I will need to go through and pull out the various recorded segments and label them clearly for when I throw them all together in a bigger edit.
So if you can help for that as well, it would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!