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Sound is ahead of image on movie, Help!

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September 27, 2011 10:23:16 PM

I have a DVD that I created on a DVR. I converted the DVD using AVS Video Converter to an AVI format, a WMV format, etc. My problem is when I bring any of the converted video file formats into Move Maker the voice on the video is way ahead of the video. One section I tried yesterday (I selected only VOB9 to convert from the DVD) came out perfect. Ever since then, I cannot get anything from this DVD to sync properly.

Please help me. I'd rather not get a million programs to do this, so if there is an easy way, let me know.

Thanks
a b $ Windows 7
September 27, 2011 11:06:12 PM

Is this your 1st encode?

What player are u using to play it with?



My thought...
Use Handbrake to encode and use .mkv(far superior to avi now a days) and you are worry free...
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September 28, 2011 3:12:48 AM

nikorr said:
Is this your 1st encode?

What player are u using to play it with?



My thought...
Use Handbrake to encode and use .mkv(far superior to avi now a days) and you are worry free...



I downloaded handbrake and encoded the section of the pre-recorded DVD that I need. I used .mkv as you recommended. However, neither Windows Movie Maker nor Windows Live Movie Maker will accept this file. The message is as follows:
The file C:\Users\eh graphics\Videos\Garlington Videos\VTS_01_8-1.mkv is not a supported file type, and it cannot be imported into Windows Movie Maker.

Do you have any recommendations as to what I should use to make the movie from the clip I have encoded? (I hope so! :-)

THANKS!
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September 28, 2011 3:26:20 AM

google divx, it should help you.
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September 28, 2011 3:36:20 AM

blazer217 said:
I downloaded handbrake and encoded the section of the pre-recorded DVD that I need. I used .mkv as you recommended. However, neither Windows Movie Maker nor Windows Live Movie Maker will accept this file. The message is as follows:
The file C:\Users\eh graphics\Videos\Garlington Videos\VTS_01_8-1.mkv is not a supported file type, and it cannot be imported into Windows Movie Maker.

Do you have any recommendations as to what I should use to make the movie from the clip I have encoded? (I hope so! :-)

THANKS!


VLC player is free and will play your .mkv's
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September 28, 2011 4:16:21 AM

OK, I downloaded the VLC player and yes, it does play the file. However, my problem is that I need to create a movie by taking clips from the encoded file I set up. That's why I was trying to use the Windows Movie Maker. Do you have any suggestions for a good movie maker program that will accept the mkv file? (So far, your help has been wonderful and very much appreciated - THANKS!)
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September 28, 2011 4:51:21 AM

Windows 7 Windows Movie Maker can edit MKV video files.
Install full version of K-Lite Codeck Pack, free.

It has a set of codecs that plays almost all types of video & audio files, thus enabling your support all these file types.

http://www.filehippo.com/download_klite_codec_pack/
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