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Converting TV recordings to DVD?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by NoDad, Apr 2, 2004.

  1. NoDad

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    Sorry if this is in the wrong forum (mods please move), but when I record from Skystar 2 to HDD (mpg) and then convert it to DVD, audio and video are significantly out (over a second). I have given copies of files to other people, who have tried different sw to correct the problem but no-one has had any success.

    I'm using MyTheatre for sat reception and recording. Any ideas as to how I can produce DVDs with sound and video in sync from mpg files captured from sat?

    Any help greatly appreciated.
     
  2. pringtef

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    Think if i'm right virtua dub allows you to resync audio and video, might be worthwhile having a look at that.
     
  3. NoDad

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    Thanks for the reply pringtef, one of my friends tried V-Dub but the original mpg files would not load into it for some reason.

    Anyone else got any ideas?
     
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    Sounds like the problem we have with recordings from DigiTV, you need to look for software called PVASTRUMENTO which amends the format of the recording. Once that's done the format will alos be usable in other video editing software as well.
     
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    Thanks a lot StevieDvd, I'm on the case now. Let you know how I get on.
     

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