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I've been using DVD Flick to convert my .avi files to .iso so I can burn them to disk (using IMGBurn for burning). Issue I have been having is that when it's all said and done, the audio for the movies doesn't quite match up the the movie itself.
Anyone have any idea why this is happening or know a fix? Thanks in advance.
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I've been using DVD Flick to convert my .avi files to .iso so I can burn them to disk (using IMGBurn for burning). Issue I have been having is that when it's all said and done, the audio for the movies doesn't quite match up the the movie itself.
Anyone have any idea why this is happening or know a fix? Thanks in advance.
You can burn .avi to dvd using just about any app, why pack it in an .iso first? Try just burning directly without making it .iso and see if that fixed it.
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You can burn .avi to dvd using just about any app, why pack it in an .iso first? Try just burning directly without making it .iso and see if that fixed it.
I tried that in the past and the DVD just wouldnt play. I'm guessing my DVD player doesnt support it?
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I've been using DVD Flick to convert my .avi files to .iso so I can burn them to disk (using IMGBurn for burning). Issue I have been having is that when it's all said and done, the audio for the movies doesn't quite match up the the movie itself.
Anyone have any idea why this is happening or know a fix? Thanks in advance.
Is this a new problem? It could be the avi files are corrupted already, a codec issue, have you installed any new programs recently that maybe causing a problem? Have you tried a different program like AVStoDVD http://sites.google.com/site/avstodvdmain/home and see if it still happens.

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You can burn .avi to dvd using just about any app, why pack it in an .iso first? Try just burning directly without making it .iso and see if that fixed it.
If you just burn an avi to DVD with something like IMGBURN and try to play it in a stand alone DVD player its not gonna read it. I dont think a Divx capable DVD/BR player would be able to read it either. The avi needs to be converted to the correct DVD complaint format 1st before you can burn it onto DVD so it will play on a stand anlone DVD player which BigFrank is trying to do.
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Is this a new problem? It could be the avi files are corrupted already, a codec issue, have you installed any new programs recently that maybe causing a problem? Have you tried a different program like AVStoDVD http://sites.google.com/site/avstodvdmain/home and see if it still happens.
It's been going on for some time now. When I play the .avi files on my pc they are fine. But after I encode them and burn them the issue arises.
I just downloaded a program called ConvertXtoDVD. Will report back.
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OK convertxtodvd did the trick. It used to take a long time to convert .avi to .iso using dvdflick. Using this program it took me under 20 minutes to encode and burn and it plays just fine in my dvd player.
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