Here's a quick guide on how to add a delay to the Video or Audio streams, to fix an out of sync issue:
Open the +File Set on the bottom, and not the +Titleset above.
With the mouse, HighLight the Video or Audio Stream, the stream you wish to add a delay.
Press <F2> to edit, then set the needed value with the arrows, or manually (200 <enter>)
Just click anywhere else, away from the selection box.
It will close the value editor.
Now, you can see the new value.
500ms = 1/2 second
If the audio is a little behind, try to add a delay to the video stream.
If the audio is a little ahead, try to add a delay to the audio stream.
ConvertXtoDVD may not be able to detect all delays.
Adding one manually, may help you achieve a sync audio/video.
This is a hit and miss thing.
Try with a 500ms delay, if it's too long, reduce to 300ms and test again.
It's possible to add a negative -500ms value to the video stream, but not possible on the audio stream.
Adding a -negative delay to the audio stream, is the equivalent of adding a positive delay to the audio stream.
Hope this helps you solve a few Out Of Sync issues you may encounter.
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