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Old 03 July 2003, 04:29   #6
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Originally posted by trance007
Echo: I see your reply and, as I said in the begining of this tread, modifying the framerate (from 50 to 49.8 or so) WILL fix the problem if you watch the AVI file on a PC, but I want to put the video on DVD, so the framerate MUST be exactely 50 fps (interlaced)

The standard framerate for a PAL-system video is 25fps.. (even on DVD) (interlaced or not) and NTSC-systems are normally 29.970 fps

If the capturerate is too high, most software start dropping frames in order to keep up resulting choppy playback and in your case those audiosync problems
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