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Posts: 1
Registered: 13.09.2009
13.09.09 12:48:25
I am using avs video converter version 6.3.1.367 and I am also having audio - video synchronization problems from Video_ts IFO files to AVI, or to burn to DVD.. no matter what type of profile I choose I always get the same result - an out of synch audio-video. The audio is 1--7 seconds behind the video depending how far into the file you are. Has Any one found a solution to this problem? it seems from reading over the forums that this problem is well known, documented, and is not isolated to one or two users. Come ON .. OnLine Media Technologies how many screen shots, and out of synch file attachments do you need to fix this??javascript:insSmile('*SOS*')
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Posts: 87
Registered: 06.05.2008
18.09.09 04:22:16
larrymdavis@cox.net:
I am also having audio - video synchronization problems from Video_ts IFO files to AVI

Do you mean you have desynch problem with current DVD video or with all DVD's?
larrymdavis@c...:
or to burn to DVD.. no matter what type of profile I choose I always get the same result - an out of synch audio-video

What do you burn to DVD? Result AVI?
Unfortunately there're lots of video files in web which were created according to wrong specs.
You can send the file with the whole info.
It will help to resolve the problem.
Posts: 3
Registered: 30.10.2009
18.09.09 04:23:16
I have been having problems with the output videos. I have a video of a talking head. Video and Audio are NOT separate tracks. The audio and video seem to get out of sync (talking head) when I save the videos (they are not out of sync in the source video).

The video has a mixture 1920x1080 hi-res QT video, 1024x768 Screen captured .mp4, and 1024x768 highres .jpgs

Any advice on the settings I should be using to create/save a video to ensure the speakers lips do not lose sync with the audio?
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
02.11.09 05:39:14
To: jensenjp

Could you please import just one QT file into the program, preview it and save to any format. If the output video gets out of synch, please right-click the file imported in the program, open Properties and attach a screenshot of this window here.

Specify the origin of these files.

If the output file is OK, delete the QT file from timeline, import one of your MP4 files instead and do the same. If this file gets desynchronized, we need information on its parameters.

This is required to find out which files exactly are causing the problem reported.

Hope to hear from you soon
Posts: 1
Registered: 06.11.2009
06.11.09 09:47:52
I am having the same problems converting to AVI. I have a DLINK media player with limited codec ability so I am converting all videos to XVid MPEG 4 format 720x576p
The audio drifts progressively further out of sync as movie continues.
Approximately 3 seconds out by the end of this video. How do I get this output codec working correctly?
Attached files:
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
08.11.09 22:25:51
To: chapter01

Are the original videos correct, i.e. do you notice no desync problems when playing them back on your PC? Do they have the same format and origin?

I will also send a possible solution to your e-mail address shortly.

Hope to hear from you soon
Posts: 5
Registered: 20.10.2009
15.11.09 03:54:43
Hi Nadin,

Could you please post the possible solution? Or do you need more files?

I face exactly the same problems as described above using a registered and up-to-date version of Video Converter 6. You can also see the video-audio synch-drift when you import the the video into Video Editor 4 (or just by using the editor tool (F4) in Video Converter 6). Hence, you don't need to convert the file to reproduce the problem.
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
16.11.09 02:39:17
To: andymz

Please specify format and origin of your file. Also attach a screenshot of the Advanced > File Information window of AVS Video Converter showing your video file parameters.

Thanks in advance
Posts: 2
Registered: 16.11.2009
16.11.09 04:23:53
I have a similar problem with most of the files (95% have the same problem, at times it does work) I try to convert from mkv to avi. Pls suggest.

Thanks & regards

Aditya
Posts: 5
Registered: 20.10.2009
16.11.09 07:16:57
Hi Nadin,

Enclosed is the requested screenshot. I am using a DVT-B Mobile TV Tuner using Windows Media Center on Vista to record. The recorded file format is dvr-ms.
Hope this helps.
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Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
17.11.09 01:46:51
To: andymz

Try saving the .dll offered in the following thread (post #7755).

Regards
Posts: 5
Registered: 20.10.2009
19.11.09 23:14:14
I did what is been suggested in post #7755, but nothing has changed. The video-audio sync-drift is progressive and is1 second after 1 hour on average.
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
20.11.09 00:23:02
To: andymz

Please send us one of your files for testing. The instruction will be sent to your e-mail box.

Regards
Posts: 5
Registered: 24.11.2009
26.11.09 12:24:26
I have the same problem. I am converting fron dvr.ms to mpg it is also out of sync.
I was sent a copy of the .dll which I installed. It did make it better. Sync is closer, but still out.

What would myou like me to do?

I am using Windows 7. Converting from WTV tpo dvr.ms using the built in convertor. (very fast). The file plays fine on my PC.
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
27.11.09 05:07:19
To: Peter88

Please send us one of your dvr-ms files. The instruction has already been sent to you on the support page.

Kind regards
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
04.12.09 07:10:34
To: andymz


Hello Andy,

We received your file. I've just forwarded it to our developers for testings. We will inform you, as soon as we receive some results.

Best Regards
Experienced User
Posts: 83
Registered: 30.06.2009
07.12.09 07:27:46
To: Vlad

how sad to see all these sync problems after all these months
I used to get them when I made edits to a file
BUT NOW
all I did was convert the file to flash
(highest default quality)
and the talking heads were sooooooooooooooo far out of sync,
I could not even tell if the sounds were early or late
(this =problem has been here since I bough the program - over 1 year ago?

fyi
video from camcorder
so. how do I get home movies to the net now?
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
08.12.09 07:51:49
To: andymz


To solve the problem, please saveAVSWMVFile3.dll attached in the following thread to C:\Program Files\Common Files\AVSMedia\ActiveX, run repair.exe from this folder and try converting your DVR-MS file once again.
Please inform us about the results.


To: Peter88

Please also try the solution above.
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
08.12.09 07:57:37
To: greggustin


Hello greggustin,

These are the problems with certain files, which still can occur, because it's impossible to prevent synch problem for all of them.
But, we are constantly improving our software.

Please use the latest version AVS Video Converter 6.3.3.371 to convert files from your camcorder to flash format.

Best regards.
Posts: 1
Registered: 05.01.2010
06.01.10 02:55:17
Just like everyone else on this forum I and also having problems with the audio sync when converting avi files to DVD. I also downloaded the patch file you put up and ran the 'repair' function as suggested. This has not fixed the problem and furthermore there was an error message in the repair window - see attached screen dump. Is this a problem that every person experiences when purchasing your software? There appears to be alot of unhappy customers getting around. Can you please assist with fixing my sound sync issues also and advise what the attached error is all about.

Cheers

Oh and happy new year :)
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