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    Hello, i would like to ask whether this since-always problem i got is common or not and how should i fix it.

    Most of the mpg/avi videos i download and then try to convert and burn into DVD are ridiculous in terms that audio and video do not match. My pc is not very fast but i can't really think that this is the problem since i can successfully do other multimedia jobs. I have used a lot of different programs and methods to overcome this problem but they are either useless or they take such a long time that finally doesn't worth it.

    Any suggestions?
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    What tools are you using? ConvertXtoDVD is best for downloaded material.
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    Well depends on the source... Most often i use WinAVI Video Converter for the conversions and then either dvd shrink to compress 'n burn or dvd-lab pro to make some further stuff to compile. i will try your suggestion too though. In case the source video has the problem, do you know any fixing solutions?
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  4. Mod Neophyte Super Moderator redwudz's Avatar
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    WinAVI has a poor reputation around here. But ConvertX usually handles video off the net fairly well, even PAL<>NTSC conversions and most MP3 VBR audio. VBR audio is a common cause of sync problems when converted to DVD formats.

    For freeware FAVC does fairly well with most source material.
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