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Xvid conversion to mpeg2..audio out of sync....

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Anonymous
September 14, 2005 1:21:59 AM

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Hello,


I converted an Xvid to an MPEG2 in hope to make a DVD out of it.
Codec
Video 4CC xvid Name XviD
x:y 624x256 (2.44:1) [=39:16]
bitrate: 1151 kb/s FPS: 23.976
Codec
Audio ac3 (0x2000)
Bitrate: 448 kb/s (5 ch) CBR Fs: 48000 Hz


I tried to convert it to NTSC MPEG2 with an FPS at 29.97 (it does not
give me .976, leaving the x:y the same. I left the audio at 48k 16 bit

sound.


However, when it done, the audio and video are out of sync by about 1
second. The video file turned out to be about 1 second larger than the

audio file.


It is because of the 23.976 FPS to 29.976?


Suggestions,


Thanks,


Tmuld
Anonymous
September 14, 2005 9:05:57 AM

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<tmuldoon@spliced.com> wrote in message
news:1126671719.072915.52140@g43g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Hello,
>
>
> I converted an Xvid to an MPEG2 in hope to make a DVD out of it.
> Codec
> Video 4CC xvid Name XviD
> x:y 624x256 (2.44:1) [=39:16]
> bitrate: 1151 kb/s FPS: 23.976
> Codec
> Audio ac3 (0x2000)
> Bitrate: 448 kb/s (5 ch) CBR Fs: 48000 Hz
>
>
> I tried to convert it to NTSC MPEG2 with an FPS at 29.97 (it does not
> give me .976, leaving the x:y the same. I left the audio at 48k 16 bit
>
> sound.
>
>
> However, when it done, the audio and video are out of sync by about 1
> second. The video file turned out to be about 1 second larger than the
>
> audio file.
>
>
> It is because of the 23.976 FPS to 29.976?
>
>
> Suggestions,
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> Tmuld

I'd suggest
http://www.download.com/VSO-DivXtoDVD-Converter/3000-79...
!