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Posts: 9
Registered: 17.01.2009
19.01.09 13:16:54
To: Dam


thank you.
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Dam
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Registered: 16.05.2008
20.01.09 01:48:18
To: norkgb

Hello,

Thank you for the information.

We will be also glad if you convert your video file into PAL with 25 frame rate and inform us about the result.

And just to be sure, please precise whether your input file do not have synch issue.

Hope to hear from you soon.
Posts: 9
Registered: 17.01.2009
20.01.09 05:18:11
To: Dam


6.8 seconds the sound is out of sync

6.8 seconds infront of the picturescene

ntsc ive deleted those output but i remember its something like 9 - 13 seconds audio out of sync


im hopeing for the next release to have a feature in takeing a clip of the movie to convert and test it before making a full conversion of the movie , because it takes me 15 minutes for converting . im hoping aswell for a fix of audio sync feature 1 button to fix audio or manually by typing the time duration difference.
Thank you wish you all the best
Posts: 9
Registered: 17.01.2009
20.01.09 23:46:39
Hello ,
i am just wondering does AVS DVD Authoring have an option for editing my .VOB DVD files so ii can delay sound or position its time for start , the website doesnt explain its features clearly im not sure if it got that option , if it does i am happy to take this alternative until the issue is fixed with VC6.
Posts: 9
Registered: 17.01.2009
22.01.09 23:42:22
Dam:
To: norkgb

And just to be sure, please precise whether your input file do not have synch issue.


sorry just a reminder i have no issues with my input files .
Dam
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Registered: 16.05.2008
23.01.09 01:22:42
To: norkgb

Hi,

Please upload the problem file to our FTP server. We will reproduce the error.
I will send the FTP details to your mail.
Posts: 9
Registered: 17.01.2009
23.01.09 02:21:59
To: Dam


what do you mean by that ?

you want me to send you a clip of the video so a solution will be found for the next update >?

or you mean i send you the video and you fix it for me ? :s

if you want a clip i will trim and send you the clip of the video.
Dam
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Posts: 569
Registered: 16.05.2008
23.01.09 03:11:00
To: norkgb


norkgb:
what do you mean by that ?

you want me to send you a clip of the video so a solution will be found for the next update >?


I mean that we will reproduce the error and find the solution, so that this issue will be solved.

We need the input problem file.
Posts: 9
Registered: 17.01.2009
23.01.09 04:04:01
To: Dam


your not being precise with your reply
i cant understand your actual sense of communication to the soloution
but answer me this , do you want a clip of this movie which has the same output problem ? ( audio sync problem )
Posts: 9
Registered: 17.01.2009
23.01.09 04:44:42
To: Dam

ftp details please
Dam
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Registered: 16.05.2008
23.01.09 07:19:17
To: norkgb

I've already sent you the FTP details to the mail, you used for the registration.
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Registered: 17.01.2009
23.01.09 10:33:37
To: Dam

sorry but my file is 1.4 GB , and i will be sending it overnight hopefully my connection dont fail while uploading , however if you can tell me if their is a possible way in triming the video and sending the trim because i cant find a way with VC6 , i got the full package but i didnt download video editor4 will that do it?
Thank you.
Posts: 2
Registered: 28.01.2009
23.01.09 10:34:37
I am converting an AVI file that is a little less that 4 Gig, to Mpeg 1 format.

The AVI was created with a Canon 590 IS digital Camera.

After the conversion the Audio/Video are out of synch.

I have been trying for two days, adjusting settings and using different codecs, but I cannot it to work.

Attached is the screen shot of the advanced page.

TIA,
Dondi
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Dam
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Posts: 569
Registered: 16.05.2008
30.01.09 00:54:03
To: Dondi

Hello Dondi,

Please try to change frame rate. For that:
Launch AVS Video Converter >> choose any MPEG 1 Preset >> press Edit profile and change frame rate from to 25fps.

Then reconvert the file once again. Inform me about the result.
Posts: 1
Registered: 28.01.2009
30.01.09 20:34:05
I have a similar issue to that of Dondi, I have VOB files from a DVD-RW disk that can be viewed in Video Editor. Unfortunately, after a few seconds it becomes out of sync and when I try to convert it, it is out of sync from the start. I'm in the process of trying the solution given to Dondi. The file ends in .IFO and I'm converting it to VCD PAL compatible (MPEG1, 25fps) hoping this will work. Please advise if I'm on the wrong track.
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Registered: 28.01.2009
03.02.09 10:26:46
To: Dam


Thanks for your help Dam. Attached please find the settings that worked for me.

Later . . .
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Registered: 22.01.2009
11.02.09 04:51:20
To: lote.orr@gmail.com

As I have understood, the file you are trying to convert is out of sync initionally. In this case the problem can be hardly resolved by converting the file. If the source file is corrupted, this cannot be corrected by our software, unfortunately.

Regards.
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Registered: 22.01.2009
26.03.09 02:25:52
To: ddoner

Your post has been moved. Please follow the link.
Posts: 7
Registered: 28.04.2009
28.04.09 08:30:28
My problem is also very similar to the rest, that is, no lip sync. However, I use the converter to convert MTS files to FLV files. Do you have a fix for it. It's very important to me as I am working on a project that will eventually involve over a hundred hours of recordings.
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Registered: 22.01.2009
30.04.09 00:21:57
To: Caleb

Do you mean the files are desynchronized initially? Or does the problem appear after conversion?
If this is the second case, please attach a screenshot showing your input and output file parameters. Open the source file in AVS Video Converter, click on Advanced > File Information and attach a screenshot of this window.

BTW, make sure you are using the latest version of the program. To update AVS files please follow Start > Programs > AVS4YOU > AVS Update Manager.

Best regards
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