[QUOTE=cholla;2688124]I can’t guarantee this will fix your sync problem but most of the time it does.
Open DVDFlick & " Add title… " .
Now select “Edit title…” .
Select “Audio tracks” .
Select “Edit” on the highlighted file.
Check “Ignore audio delay for this track” .
Make your other settings as you usually do & burn a DVD.
That is about all the settings DVDFlick has to change the Audio.
There are some Video settings that might help but probably won’t.
Anything more would require other software that would at least give additional information about the file. Before we try that see if the setting above helps.[/QUOTE]
I recorded The Proposal tonight and its audio/video are in perfect sync with my Optiarc laptop drive. Now I have to run it through a DVD player but I think this is definitely the cure.
Thanks a bunch Cholla. Can I ask how you found out about this tidbit of information? I’d like to learn as much as I can. Also, I lived in Austin Texas for a spell in the mid 80’s so we were kinda neighbors. Thanks again!
If you can find time, please tell me how you knew this might work? I will make sure to pass it on to my novice friends whom experience similar issues. So far, I’ve used Sony, Memorex, and now TDK all of the 4.7G DVD-R series. So far, the Sony had the most problems. Most were a flash of stills with a full audio track? Don’t know what that was all about? Mostly Television shows in the AVI package. The majority worked. Seemed like when I got into the 4-6th season everything went to crap.
Any ideas as to why this occurred? 4th season of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, 6th.-9th. season of All In The Family, 7th up on The Waltons. The only Television show I didn’t have any problems with was M.A.S.H. I’d like to find out what was happening before I get into The Honeymooners, Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue and The X-Files. One thing, when I watch these shows on the VLC player, it always has to fix the AVI. Says its broken even though they have recorded just fine. Care to take a stab at these issues sort of blindly?
You can be assured, I do appreciate your help and hope I can return the favor sometime. Maybe you can have me test out something like the BD Builder? I have Blu Ray on my laptop. In one of your forums, you said you didn’t have time and that’s all I have is time, mostly flat on my back praying for some sleep. It’s 0340 and I’m wide awake with all the right meds except natural herbal remedies:(
Anyway, if there is some testing I can help you with, let me know? Maybe I can find a home here to keep my days occupied? Gracias a mi Amigo!
p.s. My system is an HP Pavilion dv7-1175nr Home Entertainment Blu Ray, with Windows Vista Ultimate sp2 duo core Intel Centrino processors, 4G Ram w/286G memory and a Terabyte External Hardrive. I think its a pretty decent system. All I need are some instructions?