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Old 20 May 2006, 12:54 AM   #1
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i was using VSO Divx to DVD but when i tried to watch it the voices are all messed up. The video workes fine on the computer before converting, but then it is all messed up when i put it on dvd
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Old 20 May 2006, 01:01 AM   #2
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"best conversion tool"? you have several previous threads on this topic.

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r u checking on me? lol well what do you recomend
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it's my job to check on everyone. i like TMPGEnc but you've said you don't get it. if you want simple simple, try winavi--but it's really a POS.
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so then why does it sometimes mess up the audio. I have done long 2 hr movies and it works fine but 20 min shows off of tv get messed up badly
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are these tv captures by chance? if the audio is out the same amount at any point of the converted file (which it almost always is) it's easy to fix.
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ya go ahead and give the thread for the conversion that you like. Can you use any media file for that. I think that when i have tried it before, the only thing that worked was .avi

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