Tazzy

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Hallo there,

I hope someone can help me. I recently tried to burn video file (using Nero)
to a cd as well as a dvd, but something is wrong. The sound of the video on
the cd/dvd never corresponds to the video images. When the sound is heard,
its never near the lips movement.

I have also tried Windows Movie maker 2.0, which also doesnt work.

Any suggestions?? It would REALLY be appreciated!

Thx
Tazzy
 

dilligaf

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There is a plugin for nero i think it is called mp2 or mp4 plugin the only
problem it is not legal to heve in the us because the RIAA if you use a P2P
client like limewire search for nero plugins and you will find it install it
an that should fix the video/audio sinc problematleast that worked for me
when i used it.

"Tazzy" wrote:

> Hallo there,
>
> I hope someone can help me. I recently tried to burn video file (using Nero)
> to a cd as well as a dvd, but something is wrong. The sound of the video on
> the cd/dvd never corresponds to the video images. When the sound is heard,
> its never near the lips movement.
>
> I have also tried Windows Movie maker 2.0, which also doesnt work.
>
> Any suggestions?? It would REALLY be appreciated!
>
> Thx
> Tazzy
 
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Only time I've seen this is with an old version of ULead VideoStudio. It
has an asset for adding an personalized opening screen etc. What it does is
offset the video timeline to the right of this, but does nothing to offset
the audio. As a result, the video and audio are out of sync.

"Tazzy" <Tazzy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:66CEAD00-F50A-49C6-8E05-019EE5881052@microsoft.com...
> Hallo there,
>
> I hope someone can help me. I recently tried to burn video file (using
Nero)
> to a cd as well as a dvd, but something is wrong. The sound of the video
on
> the cd/dvd never corresponds to the video images. When the sound is heard,
> its never near the lips movement.
>
> I have also tried Windows Movie maker 2.0, which also doesnt work.
>
> Any suggestions?? It would REALLY be appreciated!
>
> Thx
> Tazzy