File Conversion AVI to DVD

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by [email protected], Sep 19, 2006.

  1. have over the years converted a fair number of family videos by capturing
    the video as AVI and MPEG1 files using TMPGEnc to convert to MPEG2 and then
    DVD Author to actually create the final DVD files.

    Just recently I have been experiencing problems with the audio
    syncronisation. It not only happens in TMPGEnc but also when I've used the
    other programmes that I have ie CuCusoft Video convertor and AVI2DVD all
    seem to give the same results. I have checked the original capture file and
    it seems to be OK

    Can anyone throw any light on what might be happening

    All contributions will be gratefully accepted - It's driving me nuts??!!

    Brian Jermain
    [email protected], Sep 19, 2006
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