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Peter Fuhrman
Audio out of sync
on May 14, 2010 at 11:57:50 pm

Sometimes when I send footage from FCP to Motion and back to FCP, the audio is out of sync with the video. For example, I recently did some greenscreen compositing in Motion, then sent it back to FCP for final edit and the audio came back out of sync. Everything was in sync before touching it with Motion. All the sequence settings, export setting, codecs, etc match. Any thoughts?

Thank you,
P


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Noah Kadner
Re: Audio out of sync
on May 15, 2010 at 12:29:11 am

Motion sometimes does weird stuff to audio. I usually just focus on the video and keep my original audio in FCP and just reload to that.

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Mark Spencer
Re: Audio out of sync
on May 15, 2010 at 2:35:45 am

It doesn't make sense because audio doesn't roundtrip between FCP and Motion. Your audio in FCP remains exactly the way it was. Perhaps there is something going on with your video?

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Alexander Kallas
Re: Audio out of sync
on May 18, 2010 at 2:11:48 am

Might be a project length problem, read my post:-
http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/170/865646


Cheers
Alexander


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Andree Franks
Re: Audio out of sync
on Jun 24, 2010 at 3:54:28 pm

I also have this problem, only difference is Final Cut is not being used.
All Clips are keyed in After Effects (Primatte RT just don't cut it) and exported as ProRes 4444.
Then doing some magic in motion and re exported as ProRes 4444.

Any other idea?



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