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Getting A/V Sync problem after editing in Ulead VideoStudio 7

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by apakhira, Oct 19, 2003.

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  1. apakhira

    apakhira Thread Starter

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    Hi
    I used Ulead VideoStudio to capture my videos directly to MPEG1 files through PCTV tuner card.The captured video had no problem in it.after that i edited the video, inserted titles, transitions, etc.While previewing onn the preview window also, there was no A/V Sync problem.But on exporting it to MPEG 1 file A/V Sync problem occured-there was a difference of 3 secs between A/V.Why has this occurred.Is there any way to correct the already bad file.I have deleted the original capture Video file and only have the bad edited one.
     
  2. mezzerooni

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    you might want to check out what johnwill reports re TiVo in the thread "synchronizing audio and video".... so far there doesn't seem to be a ready solution to this aggravating problem..... surely if it keeps plaguing people it'll be worth Ulead and TiVo's time to address the issue.... doesn't help users of k-lite, etc., though, at least not directly.......
     
  3. Fredledingue

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    It depends if the desynch is prgressive (getting more and more out of synch) or if it's simply a 3 sec delay...
    Try non recompression mode to resynch.
     
  4. apakhira

    apakhira Thread Starter

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    the desynch is progressive.And what do u mean by non recompression mode?
     
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