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Pinnacle studio 9 time effect problem

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Please help.
I'm using Pinnacle studio 9 plus, with the 4.3 upgrade.
I dragged and dropped all my video clips for about a 30 min movie. I then added transitions etc. When I added a time effect (slo mo) to 2 or 3 clips, it delayed the audio track after burning to DVD.
On the test run it's OK. It's only when I burn that the audio is delayed.
I've tested that it's down to the time effect by removing it and trying again. It burns OK without.

Perhaps I need to do the effect as I go along? Trouble is, it means starting over and it's driving me mad!

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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