I have a avi movie about 600megs long and when I play it, the audio and video dont synchronize with one another. as the video plays, the audio lags back. I tried virtualdub, which is a great program, but i cant seem to figure out how to use it to synchronize the audio with the video. Does anyone know how I can do this with virtualdub or any other program? any feedback would be appreciated. thanks
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There is a neat program out called Aviinfo. I don't remember where I got it but if you are just going to play the avi file on the computer you can adjust the frame rate in about a minute to sync the sound. On the other hand if you are going to make a SVCD you can calculate the amount of time needed to strech or shrink the sound to kept the frame rate required to make a Svcd or Vcd to play on a stand alone DVD player.
ok, i got avinfo but i can't get sound and video to match...
is there a how - to?