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    DVD movie burning screws up the volume

    Hey there,

    I have a movie right; I converted it into a DVD file using Super DVD creator. Then I burn the DVD files onto the DVD. But why is it that when I play the video on my DVD player, the audio is late? I see the people talking, but the audio is either in advance or too late!!! This is getting annoying, it's not the first time but this has happened a lot of times!

    Do I need an audio codec or something? If so what is it?

    If it's another problem, please tell me.

    Thank you, I'll be waiting for further replies.

    Lankan_man

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    Well for DVD Backup's (right lol) I use CloneDVD2 and AnyDVD.
    Thats all I need to do it right!

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    yeah, that's the burning part, but I suppose that the audio getz screwed up in the converting part.

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    It sounds like the video is being "imported" in a slightly different format or possibly a different framerate then it's being burned at. That can cause someissues like this during the rendering process. Try to capture the video at exactly the same framerate it will be burned at. You should find those settings within the software you are using.

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