Recording TV Programs from Hard Drive to DVD

  Woodmouse 18 10:19 09 May 2007

Windows XP Home 1.0Gb Ram Sapphire Radeon 9600. I record TV programs to my hard drive as an MPG file of about 2GB. Using ULead Video Studio 10 to compress the file and render, I end up with the program on a DVD which can be a long as 1hr 40min. However, more often than not, after about 1hr 20min, the sync between the action and the sound drops out to about 5 seconds. Has anyone any idea what is happening please, and could there be a solution.

  David4637 16:19 09 May 2007

I have a similar prob when using Pinnacle Studio V943 - RAM 512MB, after about an hour of video I get what they call Lip Sync - that is video out of sync with the audio. I would also like to know how to cure it. Any help also much appreciated. Thanks David

  Woodmouse 18 13:37 11 May 2007

I have posted this problem on another forum (Computer Active) and have had the following response . . . You need to estabilish if the sync problem is in the tv signal ( which it usually is)or the transfer with ulead . I use videoredo which also incorporates a manual adjustment if the sync is out .You can download a free trial and check if that does it ok. So try VideoReDo - just type it in the search box and look at the reviews of the software. I will try it out and see if it can solve the problem of lip-sync.

  David4637 14:54 11 May 2007

How do you alter lip sync if it is not constant factor. I would very much appreciate you letting me know if you find out what was the cause of your lip sync?
Thanks David

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