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Hi,

I was just wondering. I have roxio toast and when I burn a movie off of it to play in my dvd player, the sound ends up being about 5 min. ahead of the video. Does anyone have any suggestions/programs that they know work flawless ( I have the latest OS running). Also, any suggestions for burning a .cdr image to a dvd? I tried the disk utility program but it didn't work...

thanks in advance,

Derek
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