1 second sound delay when burning dvd's

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Fireball, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. Fireball

    Fireball Guest

    Sometimes but not all the time when I burn a dvd the sound is not in
    sync with the lips...like a one or two second delay. I use nerovision
    6 to burn the dvd's. The avi file will play excellent but when its
    composed into the dvd is when the sound issue happens. Not sure what
    information you will need so here is what I can think of that might be
    of some use.


    3.0 ghz pIV processor
    1 gig ram
    creative soundblaster live value zs sound card
    asus radion 9800xt video card


    Thanks for any help
     
    Fireball, Sep 19, 2005
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  2. Fireball

    7 Guest

    Fireball wrote:

    > Sometimes but not all the time when I burn a dvd the sound is not in
    > sync with the lips...like a one or two second delay. I use nerovision
    > 6 to burn the dvd's. The avi file will play excellent but when its
    > composed into the dvd is when the sound issue happens. Not sure what
    > information you will need so here is what I can think of that might be
    > of some use.
    >
    >
    > 3.0 ghz pIV processor
    > 1 gig ram
    > creative soundblaster live value zs sound card
    > asus radion 9800xt video card
    >
    >
    > Thanks for any help



    Most good software have facilities for correcting DVDs with sound
    out of sync with video. Its not an uncommon problem as
    it take CPU horsepower to decrypt and play video.
    You can try Movix liveCD (open source and free) if you
    can't find any good software that does this.
    http://www.livecdlist.com/
     
    7, Sep 19, 2005
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  3. Fireball

    Fireball Guest

    Yea its not a problem watching the dvd on the computer as I can adjust
    that, however you cant do that with a home dvd player and thats where
    the problem comes in. I had rather watch my movie on the big screen
    instead of the computer screen :)



    On Mon, 19 Sep 2005 21:51:38 GMT, 7
    <> wrote:

    >Fireball wrote:
    >
    >> Sometimes but not all the time when I burn a dvd the sound is not in
    >> sync with the lips...like a one or two second delay. I use nerovision
    >> 6 to burn the dvd's. The avi file will play excellent but when its
    >> composed into the dvd is when the sound issue happens. Not sure what
    >> information you will need so here is what I can think of that might be
    >> of some use.
    >>
    >>
    >> 3.0 ghz pIV processor
    >> 1 gig ram
    >> creative soundblaster live value zs sound card
    >> asus radion 9800xt video card
    >>
    >>
    >> Thanks for any help

    >
    >
    >Most good software have facilities for correcting DVDs with sound
    >out of sync with video. Its not an uncommon problem as
    >it take CPU horsepower to decrypt and play video.
    >You can try Movix liveCD (open source and free) if you
    >can't find any good software that does this.
    >http://www.livecdlist.com/
     
    Fireball, Sep 20, 2005
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