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Hi all,

 

Because I wasn't sure exactly where to put this question, I though I would put it here.

 

I have a synchronisation issue with an AVI file. I only have one copy of this file and cannot get another copy from anywhere else. The audio is out of sync with the video by 700ms, I know this because someone recomended to me a piece of software called VirtualDub to fix this. It appeard to work, but when I uploaded the 'fixed' copy of the video file to Youtube, it was still out of sync, badly, and no matter how many times I tried to fix it, it still ended up out of sync on Youtube.

 

Is there any process that would help me to fix this in Creator 2012? Seeing as Roxio is a lot more technical and professional than VirtualDub, I thought there would be a more permanent solution in there somewhere but not being an expert on these things, I am unsure of where to begin.

 

Can anyone help?

 

Thank you. :)

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Hi all,

 

Because I wasn't sure exactly where to put this question, I though I would put it here.

 

I have a synchronisation issue with an AVI file. I only have one copy of this file and cannot get another copy from anywhere else. The audio is out of sync with the video by 700ms, I know this because someone recomended to me a piece of software called VirtualDub to fix this. It appeard to work, but when I uploaded the 'fixed' copy of the video file to Youtube, it was still out of sync, badly, and no matter how many times I tried to fix it, it still ended up out of sync on Youtube.

 

Is there any process that would help me to fix this in Creator 2012? Seeing as Roxio is a lot more technical and professional than VirtualDub, I thought there would be a more permanent solution in there somewhere but not being an expert on these things, I am unsure of where to begin.

 

Can anyone help?

 

Thank you. :)

 

The audio is out of sync with the video by 700ms = 7/10 second. Could you tell the 7/10 of a second it was off or did the software (VirtualDub) tell you that?

 

it was still out of sync, badly, and no matter how many times I tried to fix it, it still ended up out of sync on Youtube.

 

What happened when you uploaded the original that is 7/10 of a second off?

 

Is it a You Tube problem because I haven't heard you say you used any Roxio product in all of this?

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Please confirm/answer what cd posted ;)

 

In way of a Fix yes there is one way with VideoWave...

 

First you would extract the Audio from clip into some Audio type file (wav works)

 

Then you would mute the Native Audio from the clip and add the Extract as an Overlay.

 

That way you can adjust the Overlay position to match the Video portion. Of course this will still be tedious but if you can't get a better copy of the clip, little choice :(

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