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Posted: 02 Nov 06, 07:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi there

Can anyone help me with a problem I am having converting AVI files to MPEG/DVD !!!!!!

I have downloaded some files that are in the format of AVI files and need to convert them to enable me to put them onto DVD's.

Firstly am I correct in thinking to convert the to DVD's they first need to be made into MPEG files for TMPEG DVD Author to convert them?

Secondly I have a few pieces of software (Total Video Converter, MainConcept and Cucusoft) and have tried to convert them to MPEG files but the video picture and the audio is out of synch - at some times badly out of synch.

any help with this wouldbe great

Many Many thanks


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Posted: 02 Nov 06, 09:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Firstly am I correct in thinking to convert the to DVD's they first need to be made into MPEG files for TMPEG DVD Author to convert them?


No, not correct. TMPEG DVD Author is only to create a DVD structure. It won't drastically convert your DVD files, you can only convert the audio format in them.

Secondly I have a few pieces of software (Total Video Converter, MainConcept and Cucusoft) and have tried to convert them to MPEG files but the video picture and the audio is out of synch - at some times badly out of synch.


with Total Video Converter I do recommend to use both options while you try to convert, "decode with internal codecs" or "try to decode with DX9..." and remember to convert to DVD format (MPEG > DVD MPEG > NTSC or PAL - what you like)

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Posted: 02 Nov 06, 13:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

thanks

i seem to have sorted it

using a program called VSO Converter




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