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Need to split a home vid and adjust the audio

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Posted 22 June 2010 - 02:01 PM


I transferred a home video from my camcorder to the computer. The result was an AVI file which is just under 13GB.

The audio is about 6 seconds before the video and therefore out of sync.

My computer is Windows XP Pro SP3, Pent4 3Ghz, 512MB RAM

I have several questions:

1. Is there a program I can use to but the audio back, if so should I split and adjust or adjust the audio and then split?

2. As the file is 12.9GB (and won't fit on a normal DVD) which program can I use (and how to use) to split it into smaller segments?

Thanks in advance.
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