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Topic # 56937 28-Jan-2010 23:22
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Hey,

not sure if this is the right forum, but here goes:

My dad got a mac recently and has been working on a video in final cut express, he recently exported a movie to burn it, but in some places, the sound was all fine, but the video had shifted by several seconds. any idea what couldve caused this?

also, when we went to burn it to dvd + r, the mac threw an exception saying we were burning PAL format movie to an NTSC disc. would this cause any problems?

Cheers,

Nipqer

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 294571 30-Jan-2010 08:47
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The delay issue with the audio seems strange , did you fully render your project before export?


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  Reply # 294573 30-Jan-2010 08:55
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PAL is 25 FPS and NTSC is 29, wouldn't that cause some problems?

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