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hi.... iv got a film that i want to burn to dvd but when burnt, the audio is a week out of sync lol...

whats the best prog to sort the audio out(bare in mind on no bill gates)..

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It'd help to have a lot more info - I'm not saying I can fix your problem, but knowing more about it would help - ie:

What application are you using to burn the DVD?
Did you create the movie yourself? If you did, how did you export it from your editor?
If you didn't - what format is the movie in? Does the movie (file, pre putting it on DVD) play all the way through and remain in sync?
Does it start in sync and gradually drift as you go through the film?
Have you burned other videos to DVD, and if you have, do they show the same symptoms?

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It'd help to have a lot more info - I'm not saying I can fix your problem, but knowing more about it would help - ie:

What application are you using to burn the DVD?
Did you create the movie yourself? If you did, how did you export it from your editor?
If you didn't - what format is the movie in? Does the movie (file, pre putting it on DVD) play all the way through and remain in sync?
Does it start in sync and gradually drift as you go through the film?
Have you burned other videos to DVD, and if you have, do they show the same symptoms?
OK.. i tried toast to rip and burn it after i dl it from usenext as an avi..
.dont know about the drift but its at least 2 secs out at the beginning.
ah...iv only seen the out of sync bit after converting and burning with toast.

EDIT........the original avi is perfect cos iv just checked it....?
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