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Audio and video are about 3 sec. out of synch

When I dub from VHS to DVD, the audio and video on the disk are about 3 sec. out of synch. Is there anyway to fix this?I have the same problem with audio and video being out of sync and I tried the solution suggested of using a -R x8. The result was the same. The sync was still off. Is there another potential solution?

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Hi William

It is a problem with the device hardware itself. Try exchanging it or just returning it and get a different brand. You aren't the only one who has had this problem. I have seen it before a few times.

Benjamin

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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Probable there is no solution for your problem . Better take to samsung service center they may upgrade firmware for your product .
You face this problem due to

  • Improper sync in audio/video encoding or DVD-Video formatting.
  • Loose sync tolerances in the player.

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Samsung to use a -r 8x disk.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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    mohammed marika thambi Feb 19, 2009

    Try capturing with VirtualDubMod - it's a known problem that many
    capture devices don't maintain audio/video synch, but VirtualDubMod
    usually keeps it.

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    mohammed marika thambi Feb 19, 2009
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    mohammed marika thambi Feb 19, 2009

    Try doing an Output Production to a DV AVI file rather than a MPEG.
    Bring the DV AVI file into DVDBuilder and burn to disc. It does not
    work for all users with the problem

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    mohammed marika thambi Feb 19, 2009

    Try doing an Output Production to a DV AVI file rather than a MPEG.
    Bring the DV AVI file into DVDBuilder and burn to disc. It does not
    work for all users with the problem


    Finally I did two things that made it work (don't know which fixed
    it) - I downloaded and installed the update to 7.0, and also, when I
    burned it to DVD, I went into the burn settings and picked the other
    audio option. I don't have Roxio here on my work computer, but there
    were two options for the audio (I think the first was Dolby) and I
    picked the second, non-default one that said something like More
    compatible, less compression, but larger file sizes. From then on, it's
    been fine.


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I don't think you can unless you get a program you can set it up your self if it's 3 sec's out then it's out the device you are useing reads it that way and will keep doing so sorry

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Use a high speed disk.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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    rockfixya Feb 19, 2009

    for more info. go to the link>>

    http://www.howtodothings.com/computers/a...

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    rockfixya Feb 19, 2009

    If the problem persists than reset the DVD?VCR Combo.....
    Press and hold the input select and record mode bottons for 15 seconds then turn off player and it will start up in factory when you turn it on.

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