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Marty Baggen August 17th, 2008 11:13 AM

CS2 Clipnotes Sync Problem
 
When I output a Clipnotes in Quicktime, the audio track is slowed (I'm guessing about 10%).

This of course causes a serious sync problem, and occurs at all three quality settings.

This is the second machine (PC, XP Pro) that this problem has cropped up on.

Is it possible that the issue is playback only? Has anyone else experienced this?

Mike Gunter August 17th, 2008 11:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Marty Baggen (Post 921338)
When I output a Clipnotes in Quicktime, the audio track is slowed (I'm guessing about 10%).

This of course causes a serious sync problem, and occurs at all three quality settings.

This is the second machine (PC, XP Pro) that this problem has cropped up on.

Is it possible that the issue is playback only? Has anyone else experienced this?

What are the audio properties/project properties/clip properties? They all should match properly for good synchronization.

Marty Baggen August 17th, 2008 11:51 AM

Hi Mike... are you talking about settings for the Project, or of the Clipnotes output file?

The Clipnotes export has only 3 presets for either WMV, or Quicktime.... WMV output does not have the same audio sync issue.

Thanks for your quick response.

Mike Gunter August 17th, 2008 02:34 PM

Hi Marty,

I guess I'm getting at the original file's properties, the project's settings and the output's settings. Of the three, you'd want the first two to match. The last would be a matter of the render engine to handle in processing.

One could assume... Ahem... That Adobe could handle the first in rendering, too, but assumptions often go the way of all things ;-), I'd make'em match. You'd be a happier camper.

As for the particular project that you have, I've not done a Clipnotes project, so I'm not up to speed - pun not intended - on what you're doing, but it does sound like you've got a 44KHz sound file in a 48KHz project or some such.

I would recommend a "Properties" check all around, and perhaps a bump up to a next level on audio, if that is possible.

Good luck.

Mike

Marty Baggen August 17th, 2008 03:02 PM

That's where I thought you were going, and it makes sense... but there's no such control over the render parameters of a Clipnotes. It is its own exporter and offers only a good, better, best flavor of encoding.

Mike Gunter August 17th, 2008 04:07 PM

Hi,

Can you check properties?

Mike

Marty Baggen August 17th, 2008 04:29 PM

Hey Mike,

All elements and Premiere project parameters are good. Only the Quicktime version of Clipnotes has issues.

The output file of Clipnotes is a PDF wrapper, so there are no properties that would correlate with sampling rates, etc.

It must be a Quicktime problem, because Clipnotes has no problem outputting a perfect WMV based output.

I'm outputting a prerendered version of my project to Clipnotes now, to see if there is any impact on things.


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