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AVI to DVD program....


madzad

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I have until now being using X to dvd program to convert and burn my home movies, all was fine until I installed service pack 1 for windoes 7. Now the program crashes and says there is a major problem, go see the log, which is full of data of which I have no idea....

Can anyone please pass me into the right direction pls

Thanks

madzad uk

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ened

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Well I have been struggling with getting DVD Flick to synchronise the sound properly for months with Vista. I am now using Win 7 and it is better but there is still a noticeable delay.

Using Any Video Converter it works perfectly but the discs I created will not play on either of my DVD players.

It is not the discs - could it be the format?

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eedcam

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Well I think it may be your original files or their format because I burn with any video convertor with no disc player probs.It could be the disc format ie a -/+ thing but if the same discs play via using flick then it wont be that and flick uses imgburn to burn with and Imgburn is one of the best burners around and someone else is using flick with W7 ok Only suggestion with flick is use the lowest sped for burning and create an Iso image first check the sound sync before burning

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