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Topic # 29352 4-Jan-2009 17:41
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Hi all.  I have been trying to burn music video clips to DVD using Movie DVD Maker Vs 2.6.1123.  It seems to be a very slow process as it took 45 mins for a 35 mins worth of viewing.  I had downloaded 13 various video clips each about 20megs to 52 megs with various formats.  This was all fine... mind you it took a while. I created a play list and set the programme to burn to DVD.  It all worked  but took about 45 mins.  When I play the dvd disc on my PC it works great, but, when playing back on my DVD player 2 of the clips had lost synchronisation between Video and audio.  Any ideas on why this would be and how to overcome this would be very appreciated.

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John

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  Reply # 187364 4-Jan-2009 20:34
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There are loads of ways and loads of software some free some pay to author dvd's.

Have a look at some of the guides here:
http://www.videohelp.com/author

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  Reply # 187368 4-Jan-2009 20:49
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it does take ages if the clips or the prog needs to re-render (create the movie from scratch - tear apart your clips, make them huge, and recompress them). if both the clips is already dvd format AND the prog is able to just use it (very rare, MOST progs must re-create everything) then it wont take long.

sounds like you have a single core cpu under 2ghz too...

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  Reply # 187408 4-Jan-2009 23:46
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I highly recommend using DVDFlick to convert almost any video to DVD - even supports making a menu!
Then for general burning stuff, use Imgburn.

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