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Andrew Hoag May 18th, 2009 01:25 PM

Unsynced Audio
 
First post in a long while...however I've encountered some pretty annoying issues with PPro CS3.

I've captured three hours of footage from a wedding that I didn't shoot, but was contracted to edit. It's shot 4:3 in 60i with 16 bit audio. After capturing, the video played flawlessly in Windows Media Player (no audio issues.)

Once I brought it into PProCS3 my footage suddenly was out of sync by three or four seconds. I didn't move any audio independently from any video, so I'm frustrated and concerned about how to correct the problem. I've shut down the system, and started new projects with different settings.

Any ideas?

Harm Millaard May 18th, 2009 02:28 PM

HDV or DV? 3 to 4 seconds across the board, from start to finish or just at the end? Dropped frames? How did you capture?

Andrew Hoag May 18th, 2009 02:37 PM

DV Footage, .21 seconds off halfway through the footage, captured via firewire/DV link from camera.

I've managed to fix part of it by independently selecting the audio and dragging it back from the video clip .21 seconds(sorry I exaggerated with the original "three or four seconds" nonsense), which put the majority of the footage from that 60 minute capture back on track.

I'd love to know what the real problem is though....

EDIT: Also, didn't receive any notice after capturing about dropped frames...and from what I can tell nothing is missing.

Harm Millaard May 20th, 2009 11:29 AM

HDVSplit does a remarkably good job as solving these issues for HDV, as does Scenalyzer for DV material and both offer scene detection and date/timestamp file naming. Worth a try.

Rastus Washington July 17th, 2009 01:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Harm Millaard (Post 1145901)
HDVSplit does a remarkably good job as solving these issues for HDV, as does Scenalyzer for DV material and both offer scene detection and date/timestamp file naming. Worth a try.

HDVSplit...great free program but you loose any reference to tape name etc.

Harm Millaard July 17th, 2009 03:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rastus Washington (Post 1173059)
HDVSplit...great free program but you loose any reference to tape name etc.

First, what do you mean by etc.?

Second, I rather lose tape name, than losing scene detection, date and timestamp and sync.
All of these are lost with PR capture.


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