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Old 02-22-2010, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I took some videos on my Bold 9700 this weekend and I really wanted to put them on Youtube.

I copied the files onto my PC, and they saved as .3GP files. I used a program called "Any Video Converter" to convert the files to .MPG files. It worked like a charm, except for one small problem. The video and audio are no longer evenly mapped. The video is about 6 seconds ahead of the audio when I watch it on my PC as a .MPG. On my BB, it's perfectly fine.

Is this issue due to the converter program that I used? Is there a better method for what I'm trying to accomplish, or a better program to convert video file types?
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Just from my experience with video conversion the framerate has to do with audio sync issues. You may want to experiment with video quality and framerate settings to see if it clears up. On a few of the movies I converted, the framerate had to be lowered for the audio to sync. Good luck.
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Follow up: I purchased a new program called "Movavi". It worked like a charm. The problematic program was a freebie, so it's true - you get what you pay for.


BTW, thanks for the post, turn_key.
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