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I have captured all my camcorder videos from the original DV tapes into AVI format using Windows Movie Maker - very straightforward and easy to do.

But... when I import these files into Videopad the audio sounds really distorted and slowed down, like the pitch has been changed to a much lower sound. 

Yes, the AVIs files playback perfectly. 

When I export the video from Videopad the result is just the same and the same happens when I use the batch conversion tool.

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  • 4 weeks later...

I have exactly the same problem with Videopad, version 7.3, after capturing video from DV-cam cassettes with Windows Moviemaker with result a DV-Avi file.

Videopad asks at adding of this file for choice of audiostream, no. 1 or no. 2.

Regardless of choice the result after a long adding time is one videostream and one audiostream, the audiostream being timewise much shorter than the videostream and much distorted.

I have been using DV-date for many years with good result.

Which conversion in DV-Date did you use?

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