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Export Sound Off Roxio Game Cap Hd Pro

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I've edited about 4 or 5 videos and I've always noticed that one or a few of my trimmed clips, the audio will be WAY off. So I just got Sony Vegas Pro 11 and I wanted to go on the Videowave editing software to just trim my clip that I wanted and export it as an MP4 in 720p. Well I tried exporting a few times and the audio would be off. The audio wasn't even close to what I had in my 7 second clip. What's wrong with it? Why is the audio so off? I'll take about a 10 minute clip and trim it in Videowave then it'll get the sound from about 5-10 seconds before the trimmed clip that's not even in my trimmed clip.

 

My computer specs:

Intel Core i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz

8 GB RAM

Intel HD Graphics (Basic)

32 bit Windows 7 Ultimate

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What does this mean: "So I just got Sony Vegas Pro 11 and I wanted to go on the Videowave editing software to just trim my clip that I wanted and export it as an MP4 in 720p"

 

I cannot follow what you are doing from your post.

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That is a lot of typing without saying much :lol:

 

At any rate the Vegas is long known issue and there is ever a pinned post about it, look HERE and HERE ;)

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What does this mean: "So I just got Sony Vegas Pro 11 and I wanted to go on the Videowave editing software to just trim my clip that I wanted and export it as an MP4 in 720p"

 

I cannot follow what you are doing from your post.

 

I wanted to use Sony Vegas Pro software instead of using Videowave. But for some reason Sony Vegas Pro will not fully load my video I recorded. It will only load like the first 20 seconds or so. So I went on the Videowave software and trimmed the little part I wanted and exported it as an MP4 in 720p. The sound is off when I exported it.

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That is a lot of typing without saying much :lol:

 

At any rate the Vegas is long known issue and there is ever a pinned post about it, look HERE and HERE ;)

 

It's not Sony Vegas Pro that I'm having trouble with the sound being off. It's when I export it on Videowave. Sorry, I'm a little new to this stuff. I'm not all that great at explaining stuff. If you'd like I can record what I do and then figure out a way to send it to you.

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It's not Sony Vegas Pro that I'm having trouble with the sound being off. It's when I export it on Videowave. Sorry, I'm a little new to this stuff. I'm not all that great at explaining stuff. If you'd like I can record what I do and then figure out a way to send it to you.

 

How do you know that the sound isn't in sync with the video in Sony Vegas Pro? You can't even load the video in Sony Vegas Pro! :wacko::blink:

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How do you know that the sound isn't in sync with the video in Sony Vegas Pro? You can't even load the video in Sony Vegas Pro! :wacko::blink:

 

Because I just got Vegas Pro yesterday and this not the first time I've had a problem with the sound when I export my clips on Videowave. I've uploaded a few videos on YouTube of some game montages and you can notice that the sound is off on some clips. I've had my Roxio Game Cap HD Pro for about a month now.

 

Look up opforce12 on YouTube. I used videowave for about all the videos. Some clips the audio is just fine but on other clips, the sound is off. It's still there but it's delayed.

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How do you know that the sound isn't in sync with the video in Sony Vegas Pro? You can't even load the video in Sony Vegas Pro! :wacko::blink:

 

And sorry didn't explain in detail: When I use Windows Media Player to view my trimmed clip, sound is delayed A LOT. When I preview my trimmed clip in Videowave that has already been exported, sound is delayed. Let's exclude Vegas Pro from this discussion. That's not my problem. Exporting videos in Videowave is my problem. The sound is delayed.

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IF you are using Vegas you must follow the procedures I listed in Post #3 - NO exceptions!

 

If you are going to use VideoWave then we need to know the specs on your PC (like we have in our sig block) and your Windows Experience Index (Win-Pause).

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IF you are using Vegas you must follow the procedures I listed in Post #3 - NO exceptions!

 

If you are going to use VideoWave then we need to know the specs on your PC (like we have in our sig block) and your Windows Experience Index (Win-Pause).

 

Okay. How do I show you my computer specs?

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I wanted to use Sony Vegas Pro software instead of using Videowave. But for some reason Sony Vegas Pro will not fully load my video I recorded. It will only load like the first 20 seconds or so.

Since you're using the Roxio HD Pro, this usually means that your video is glitchy. Lower your capture bitrate/quality.

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Okay. How do I show you my computer specs?

 

You don't have to put them in a cute block, just click Win-Pause and most of it will be there ;)

 

Since you're using the Roxio HD Pro, this usually means that your video is glitchy. Lower your capture bitrate/quality.

 

NO! The Vegas issue was noted long long ago and documented in the Links I provided ^_^

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NO! The Vegas issue was noted long long ago and documented in the Links I provided ^_^

Of course it might be so, however through personal experience glitchy captures are also a factor on why Sony Vegas only imports only a part of the actual video :)

 

Nonetheless you are technically correct.

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Of course it might be so, however through personal experience glitchy captures are also a factor on why Sony Vegas only imports only a part of the actual video :)

 

Nonetheless you are technically correct.

OK we can have it both ways :lol::D:lol:

 

Yes a glitchy capture will produce problems with any editor...

 

But Vegas will not work with a Roxio mts file unless it is run through a converter or re-rendered in VW ;)

 

If you have Vega, give it a try.

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But Vegas will not work with a Roxio mts file unless it is run through a converter or re-rendered in VW ;)

It's really a pain in the butt. I would usually have to run a program to extract the audio out first before making any videos. This is my #1 wish for the next update if Roxio has some free time on their hands :P

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