Rather anoyying sync problem

vbimport

#1

I have a DVD movie here in XviD format with PCM audio. When I try and convert it to DVD the audio goes out of sync, only by .5 seconds at first and then gets progessively worse to 4 - 5 seconds. It’s very anoyying to watch. If I leave it in XviD it’s fine though. When trying to rip the audio out using BeSweet I get an error saying sync found after 10xx bytes every time and then when I try and put it back together it’s out of sync. I have tried using Besweet, VirtualDub and RiverPast Audio Converter to try and rip the audio out properely, but it always comes out incorrect. How do I go about fixing this so it’s in sync all the way though and doesn’t get progressively worse?


#2

Then just use the original source. :stuck_out_tongue:


#3

I would like to put it on DVD, but this happens so DVD is unwatchable. I would like to know how to correct it so I can convert it with no problems.


#4

Is the audio really in pcm format? Would be not logic with the trouble you mentioned.

Is would think the audio stream is VBR mp2 or mp3.


#5

Well according to DVD Santa it is in PCM format. When I open it in Virtual DUB if it’s a VBR it will tell me and I know, but this doesn’t it just opens with no message.


#6

What message? lol


#7

It shows me a message, anyway it doesn’t matter it’s not VBR so any other ideas?


#8

No, buy and use the ORIGINAL.