I have a digital video on a Sony handycan that I put on my computer (using Gigapocket) as an MPEG-2 file. Giga pocket basically acts like a TIVO converting a video signal to an MPEG-2 file.
From there, I then imported it into Vegas 4.0 and edited it adding text overlays, fades ect. I then render the file as an MPEG-2 to be burnt to DVD using Click to DVD (by Sony). This is all on a VAIO computer.
However, once I get my MPEG-2 file, there is an Audio-Sync issue that occurs. As the movie plays, the audio becomes ahead of the video.
I read Chicken Man’s guide on how to fix this here:
which was very informative and easy to understand/follow. However, when I put the MPEG-2 file into TMPeg to seperate the audio from the video (audio=mp2 file and video = m1v file) using the simple de-multiplex tool the next step is to open the audio file in Goldwave. When I try to do this, Goldwave states that it does not recognize the audio file.
This is where I am stuck. If anyone has any suggestions, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time…