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Skylar Sweat
Audio is way out of sync with the video
on Apr 2, 2018 at 1:10:17 am

There is what sounds like a 1 minute maybe a 30 second delay, in my UnderTale let's play video that i am working on editing in Adobe Premiere Pro, Is there possibly a way to fix it?

I am hoping to get this uploaded today if possible.


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Dave LaRonde
Re: Audio is way out of sync with the video
on Apr 2, 2018 at 1:55:21 pm

Did you render the edit timeline?

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Skylar Sweat
Re: Is there a way to sync the audo w/ the video?
on Apr 2, 2018 at 6:58:18 pm

Sure did,

I have even tried roughly lining every thing up to synchronize but it just seems to extend the audio way too far into the timeline, merge clips doesn't even work at all.

Is there some other method for synchronization or am i just doing the basic "synchronize" wrong?


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greg janza
Re: Is there a way to sync the audo w/ the video?
on Apr 2, 2018 at 7:48:39 pm

how about some more info? What types of media are you attempting to sync? Do you have usable audio on both clips? Have you attempted to create multicam clips?

the audio sync function in premiere works well so this sounds quite odd.

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Ann Bens
Re: Audio is way out of sync with the video
on Apr 2, 2018 at 8:14:33 pm

If this is screencapture footage you need to convert to Constant Framerate with Handbrake to get it back into sync.
Although 2018 support variable framerate it is not always reliable.
http://handbrake.fr/

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Skylar Sweat
Re: Audio is way out of sync with the video
on Apr 3, 2018 at 8:02:44 pm

So,

I tried that, it seemed like it had worked, however when i exported the video it only exported 1:02 of it,

Should i just leave a link to the .prproj file?

At this point i cannot seem to get it to work nor synchronize it correctly, nothing has worked thus far,

..Is it even possible to upload a .prproj file to sites like (Dropbox & Onedrive)?


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Skylar Sweat
Re: Audio is way out of sync with the video
on Apr 3, 2018 at 9:58:23 pm

I couldn't exactly upload it as just the prproj

so it is a zip with all of the projects media inside (including the .prproj file itself which i do not think counts as project media)

It is uploaded here
https://www.dropbox.com/s/fewfkh03rpye87g/Undertale.zip?dl=0


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greg janza
Re: Audio is way out of sync with the video
on Apr 3, 2018 at 11:26:50 pm

As best I can tell you have two completely different audio files. One is the recorded sound of the video game and the other file is a narration track that accompanies the game. If you did a live recording of the narration track as the game played then it would just be a matter of syncing the starting point of each file. But this appears to be something that you'll need to tweak throughout your timeline to make sure your narration is in sync with the video.

The sync function within Premiere will be of no help to you because it cannot sync two completely different audio files. It can only sync audio files which both share the exact same audio.

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Kell Smith
Re: Audio is way out of sync with the video
on Apr 7, 2018 at 12:49:48 am

This thread is a few days old, but for what it's worth - I find that slipping audio is a very useful way of working. If the audio is just a little bit off, that works well. It also helps keep the clips in line.

To review it on a clip where audio is varying, like you are describing, I usually match frame it from the timeline to the source monitor, and review and mark audio there, and set an in point. Then either set in and out in the timeline and edit just the audio track in, or just slip the audio in the timeline track, once you know where you want to go.


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