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I got this Movie in a 2-disc 23,976fps aviformat. How do i convert this to 29,97fps vcd?
Even when i'm trying to convert to NTSC-film vcd in TMPGENC the sound get out of synch.

I copied both files to HD, loaded them in VD and frameserved the whole movie to TMPGEnc. The audio seems fine in the beginning but out of synch in the end. Seems like the avi has VBR-audio, at least VD said so.
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I got this Movie in a 2-disc 23,976fps aviformat. How do i convert this to 29,97fps vcd?
Even when i'm trying to convert to NTSC-film vcd in TMPGENC the sound get out of synch.

I copied both files to HD, loaded them in VD and frameserved the whole movie to TMPGEnc. The audio seems fine in the beginning but out of synch in the end. Seems like the avi has VBR-audio, at least VD said so.
Hi Mr Walker:

Just burn it to VCD as it is. It should play correctly in just about every standalone DVD player.

If you convert to another frame rate, your video wil become jerky.

Just as I do with all my captures. I capture at 29.97 and IVTC to 23.976, and that's the way I burn the VCD's

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Ok, but audio still gets out of synch more towards the end. Don't know if it's caused by VD or not
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Ok, but audio still gets out of synch more towards the end. Don't know if it's caused by VD or not
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Oh sorry
VD = Virtual Dub
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I got ride of out of sync sound problem in converting Avi to Mpeg by using a small utility that come whit the program AVI2VCD that's call decompress.exe. Its makes a second AVI file whit uncompress sound that you can use to convert to anything you want with TMPGEnc and no more sync problems.

Works great for me.
Just made a good looking VCD of Spiderman with Kwang's KVCDx2-CQ-(NTSCFilm)-1CD template. :P

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