Minion wrote:no. don't edit with mp3 :/
BasharOfTheAges wrote:The more compressed something is, the harder time you're going to have with correctly synching things. That goes for video, audio, whatever.
juongyee wrote:Whenever I skip to play a different part of the music, wmm keeps playing the wrong part. An example would be when I click for it to play the part of the music in 2:16, it would show that it's playing at that part, only it isn't and it sounds like it's playing the part in 1:50.
I used mp3 file and then tried to convert it to wav to see if that would fix the problem but it didn't.
mutantfish01 wrote:Yeah...I'm having this exact same problem. For at least one amv...I just dealt with it, but now it might become a huge problem. I've NEVER used premiere...so I know it's a WMM problem.
autraya wrote:mutantfish01 wrote:Yeah...I'm having this exact same problem. For at least one amv...I just dealt with it, but now it might become a huge problem. I've NEVER used premiere...so I know it's a WMM problem.
you will want top use files with a bit rate of 320kbps it should happen with these higher quality files. actually anything over 200 seems to work good,
Invaldi wrote:well what happens in wmm is that it experiences lag from high filesize or high bitrates. the ONLY way to fix this for timing issues is to replay the song over and over from the beginning. I suggest listening to the song alot and knowing where certain beats happen, as for perfect timing, it may or may not happen. depends on your patience.
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