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Recording of TS_ video file using Nero 7 Ultra to DVD-RW

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I burned a Stand=Alone DVD which was converted originally from VHS. I used Nero 7 Ultra to burn this movie on a DVD=RW. The properties of the file indicate it to be TS_01 etc. It burned ok but when playing back this video from the DVD-RW on a DVD player, which is actually a musical video, I noticed that the sound of the singing and the actual movement of a persons lips is somewhat one behind the other.

I was wondering what may be causing this and if the recording speed should have been taken into consideration before burning it.

Regards, and thanks for all in the past.
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The writing speed would have no effect on the sync problem.

several possibilities:

1. The conversion from VHS caused the out of sync problem in the first place.

2. The DVD player has a problem playing DVD-RW discs (not unusual -- mine does the same)

3. Try DVD-R instead of DVD-RW
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