Hi, I'm a newbie --sort-of--with a question.
I recently obtained a DIVX file, and when I played it in Windows Media Player, the audio was waaaay out of synch.
I opened it in VLP, to correct it -- and the darn file played perfectly. No need to correct it. I've noticed this phenonomenon with several other out of synch files as well.
I'd like to burn this file (and several others) to disk. Naturally, I want it to be correct when I do so. Do I need to alter the file in VLP to do it -- or do I need to do anything, and is Windows Media Player just kinda stinky?