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Video and Audio Out of Sync in Windows DVD Maker

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#1 T1000


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Posted 30 July 2009 - 02:11 PM

I've been trying to convert old videos to DVD in Windows DVD Maker I'm using Vista Ultimate.It's not to bad in the beginning but by the end of an hour video it is unwatchable.Also any kind of motion is noticeable with picture breakup or little trails,trails isn't the right description but it is noticeable.It just doesn't look right has anybody had this problem.Or does anyone know how to fix this issue I need some help for Vista Ultimate - Windows DVD Maker Thanks in Advance
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