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Old August 5th, 2010, 05:02 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Johannes Soetandi View Post
Steve, sometimes I record audio on a digital recorder and sync it in post edit. However, the speed is usually slightly different from audio recorded from my camera. Usually after 5-7 minutes it became out of sync slightly and I have to re-sync the audio again.

With this software, will it also adjust the speed if necessary? Have you ever had issue where the audio you try to sync is at a slightly different speed?
I'll answer it for you, it won't. you have to resync it every few minutes or so or slow the pitch down.
do a search in google according to which recorder you're using. they might already have the "formula" of how much to slow down the audio for
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