I have a problem with editing my captured footage from the game Halo 4 on my Xbox 360 (no other game attempted yet).
the footage is recorded properly, but when I export in videowave, I have de-synced A/V. I have already attempted several different export output profiles and matched framerate as well as kbps, but still it's out of sync.
My capture settings:
resolution - 1080P
quality - 10000 kbps
MB: Asus P6T
CPU: Intel Core i7 920 (LGA 1366) (overclocked from 2.67 to 3.7GHz)
RAM: 24GB DDR3 1600 (underclocked to 1485MHz to match CPU OC)
GFX: Asus nVidia GeForce GTX 660 OC 2GB GDDR5
OS: MS Windows 8 x64 pro
Cooling - more than sufficient. CPU is watercooled with Corsair Hydro H100i and doesn't go higher than 58°C under 100% load on all cores (prime95 tested)
apart from unsynced A/V in videowave, other video editing software I have tried for this all had their own share of problems with the raw footage recorded through hdmi.
Cyberlink PowerDirector 11: Imports the files and automatically splits it into scene segments, which seems nice, until you put the segment on the timeline and half of the scene is missing, or audio or video goes missing. (I had no problems with component input from PS3 using this editor!)
Corel Videostudio Pro X6 + SP1: very unstable with files passing 4GB ( I had a 1 hour 48 minute video file at 6.8GB). Export stalled at 18% (which took it 2 hours to get there with a 5:40 video...)
Sony Vegas Pro 12: Imports the files, but only shows a part of the file on the timeline.
I am at a loss and very disappointed with this. I have about 5 hours of footage and I can't do anything with it.
Did anyone have a similar problem, and if you did and managed to fix it, please share your solution with me.
Turns out a piece of freeware called Any Video Converter was the solution to my problem. It's a simple piece of software but it got the job done where paid applications failed