Studio 8 Audio Sync Problem

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Kent McPherson, Dec 28, 2003.

  1. I just created my first DVD of home movies with Studio 8. I created all the
    chapter files as individiual AVI files. Problem is the sound gets out of
    sync with the video even though it works fine in the preview window. I've
    tried locking the audio and video tracks but with no success. Apparently
    lots of folks are having this trouble with Studio 8 from the looks of the
    webboard on Pinnacle's site. Any Studio 8 users here found a reliable way
    to keep audio and video in sync? If not, what authoring software is a good
    replacement for Studio 8?
     
    Kent McPherson, Dec 28, 2003
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  2. Kent McPherson

    Oscar Guest

    I had the same problem with Studio 8. Tech support (if you can call it
    that) was never able to help. I junked it
    and now use Ulead's DVD Workshop. It works great. Will never buy another
    Pinnacle product!

    Oscar
     
    Oscar, Dec 28, 2003
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  3. I am testing Ulead's VideoStudio 7. What is the difference between it and
    DVD Workshop?
     
    Kent McPherson, Dec 28, 2003
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    Jan Terpstra Guest

    I'm using CoolEdit Pro 2.0 in multiwindow-mode and that syncs my new
    audio perfect! Because I replace parallel recorded (miniDisk) sound
    back under the original live-miniDV-recording, you can see the
    waveform in that kind of detail that every sync with the original
    sound can be done easily. Then save the modified file to a new avi.
     
    Jan Terpstra, Dec 29, 2003
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    Oscar Guest

    VideoStudio is an entry level video editor. It may have basic DVD authoring
    capabilities but I'm not sure. DVDWorkshop is only for DVD authoring.

    Oscar
     
    Oscar, Dec 30, 2003
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    AZGuy Guest

    I had the same problem with Studio 8. I got Ulead VS7 and have had no
    such problems with it.
     
    AZGuy, Jan 3, 2004
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