I've just built a dvd from Encore 2.0, but my main film (29 min) is out of sync at the end, very little (some frames), but still noticable. The film is an dv avi film transcoded within Encore with vbr2 (2,5-8, target 7) with dolby 0,192 mbps, and it seems to be in sync in the nle and also at previewing in Encore, transcoded. The non-sync occurs on two different dvd players, even after stopping and playing again.
I used a "lower first" transcoding setting in spite the dv film was exported with "upper first" (correctly at the nle), but the film in itself looks good so I suppose the fields are correct? That wouldn't make an additive effect, would it?
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Even when I imported the encoded files (ac3 and m2v) into an entirely new Encore project, they played in sync in the program, although the sound seemed to be 0,5 frames longer!
Another, very important discovery was that the iso-file, when played directly from the computer, played the film in sync! So it must be either the burner or the burner software? I have a NEC dvd-rw 3540A and burn 4x with DVD Decrypter. Even stranger, when I import the data from the burned dvd to the computer, and play it with DVD Shrink, it plays in sync also! (I have no problems playing commercial dvd on my dvd player, they always play in sync)
Try to render from AVI to mpeg2 not in Encore
And import mpeg2 file to Encore