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    Audio sync problems

    I recently burned a DVD+R containing a film consisting of two chapters, in .avi format. When I play the DVD on a laptop, there's no problem with audio sync, but when I watch it on the BDP 2800, chapter two - not chapter one! - is out of sync: the audio track nearly a second earlier than the video. Is there anything I can do to rectify this?

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    Which programm used? Did you try wiht other? What are exact specifications of film?

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    Which program used to burn the DVDR? Oh, I just stuck it in Windows Media Player
    By specifications, does this help? Video Bitrate: 1793 kb/s
    Resolution: 688x416 (1.65:1) [=43:26]
    Qf: 0.251 bits/pixel
    Framerate: 25.000
    Audio Specs: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
    Audio Bitrate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR
    Fs: 48000 Hz
    Runtime: 00:32:24 (48,606 fr)

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    Hi,try to use a different programm as Nero. If one works and the other not but both burned in the same way then it looks like something went wrong in the burning process...
    It works on your laptop which is Windows so that makes sense. Just try a different programm and let me know

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