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I'm using QuickTime 7 Pro to make a compilation of video clips from AVI files. But when I put several 1 or 2 second clips together, the video/sound skips and doesn't stay in sync. How do I fix this?
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Does anybody have any suggestions?
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That normally happens when you have two files, one name a .m2v and one named a .mpa file.

I'm not exactly sure why you are having that problem, if they are .avi files, there shouldnt be any lapse of audio/video
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No, I just have a few .avi files and I'm putting parts of them into a .mov movie. It works fine if I burn it onto a DVD and play it on a DVD player, but in QuickTime, it has problems playing.
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Can someone please help? This is really important...
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