I just began using Windows 10. I downloaded AVStoDVD.
When I load MP4 files into AVStoDVD for conversion to MPG for DVD authoring, I get this message from AVStoDVD:
A title with AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) audio stream has been added, and default audio codec is Microsoft DTV-DVD Audio decoder.
There is high risk to get video/audio out of sync.
See Help/FAQ/General/Q1.5 for more info and how to solve this potential issue."
When I go there, it shows me a screen shot of 'Preferred DirectShow Codecs Tool'.
It also says that if I don't understand, or if I'm not used to working with Registry, I should skip this whole section.
I kind of understand; I remember years ago downloading various codecs and such when I was using previous Windows platforms, but I never had to futz around with the registry.
So, is there a way to fix this issue? Or can someone walk me through, it so to speak?
Or is there another tool instead of AVStoDVD that will do it?
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