Sereenie wrote:Rereading the thread, it seems that the problem is not unheard of, it's just that no one really noticed or cared...
Sereenie wrote:Actually, page 3 of the thread seems to be the most useful one, screenshots and all.
DriftRoot wrote:Let me state, for the record, I was editing with uncompressed audio. I didn't edit with a compressed MP3, then export a WAV from Premiere, then compress that WAVed MP3 into another MP3.
<Stirspeare> Otohiko: You guys sure love dongs.
`Eclipse wrote:Did you add any leaders or something?
I had that problem. Just removed them, marked where to sync it up in Vegas (I moved the audio, and added some blank space), then added some silence in Audacity using the stuff I marked in Vegas...
sounds like a lot, but it's really simple.
DriftRoot wrote:I do have bumpers, but should that really make any difference given the way they're attached to my AMV?
Krisqo wrote:This may not be the best solution but I do it all the time...
Export you audio uncompressed from your editing program so it will have any gaps you placed at either the beginning or end for bumpers and whatnot. Then compress THAT file. Seems to work for me
2) Keep the PCM audio and compress the video so much on the second pass that the video doesn't look appealing.
DriftRoot wrote:And my synch isn't even off by a few frames until the end of the AMV; the problem starts to get noticeable 20 seconds in or so, when it's off by a fraction of a frame. By the time you get to two minutes, though, all those fractions definitely added up.
Scintilla wrote:Wow. That sounds as bad as if it was due to not being careful about the difference between 23.976 and 24 frames per second.
What did you use to compress the audio? BeSweet, VirtualDubMod, or something else?
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