03-20-2009, 10:18 AM
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I recently burned a movie that i had to convert from and avi file to dvd in ffmpegx.

I burned the dvd using toast 6 thorugh my superdrive which is a PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-107D.
When it was done writing and verifying I tested it on my mac and the audio seemed to be off (2 seconds late).

When i tested it on my home dvd player the audio was totally fine and in sync.

Can anyone explain why this would happen?
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It's not a DVD media or DVD burner issue. Moving it to the playback forum.

If it plays fine on the home DVD-Video player connect to your television, then it means your Mac DVD player software was having a problem. Some of the player softwares out there have odd quirks, and don't work well 100% the time.

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