DVD Maker sound & picture out of snyc


  1.    09 Jul 2007 #1
    kschultz44 Guest

    DVD Maker sound & picture out of snyc


    I don't know if anyone else had had this problem, but I somewhat successfully
    burned movies to DVD using the Windows DVD Maker. Only problem is the sound
    and picture are out of sync. I hear the sound first, then the picture to
    match is about 2-3 seconds delayed. Anyone else had and/or solved this issue?

    I also tried to burn the same files using Roxio and the DVD came out fine.
    The sound & picture matched right up as it should. There's just something
    wrong in the Windows DVD Maker software that causes this issue. I like the
    menu options on the Windows software much more than the Roxio software so I'd
    really like to figure out some way to make it work.

    I've already wasted 3 DVDs thanks to the wonderful "help" at HP. Vista was
    preloaded on my notebook so I don't think I can get support from Microsoft &
    HP doesn't really have any knowledge about Windows products. Any help would
    be much appreciated!
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  2.    11 Jul 2007 #2
    kschultz44 Guest

    RE: DVD Maker sound & picture out of snyc


    Anyone...?...?...?...
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  3.    18 Aug 2007 #3
    stever99 Guest

    RE: DVD Maker sound & picture out of snyc


    I have the exact same problem. Hopefully someone can help.

    I also have another problem. I can only get the program to burn WMV files.
    If I try to burn AVI the program crashes
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  4.    25 Jan 2008 #4
    pinto35 Guest

    Re: DVD Maker sound & picture out of snyc



    :i have the same problems with windows dvd maker it plays fine when
    viewing on the pc ,but when i put the movie on a dvd disk the sound is
    about 2 to 3 seconds behind the video ,at one point a scene had finished
    and faded out,and the audio was still running 10 seconds later from that
    scene.....obviously a problem with the windows dvd maker program.....im
    thinking of deleting it and trying a different dvd program ive wasted
    alot of disks on movies that i cant watch because of the destracting
    audio sync problems...


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