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I made a video using Videowave, and I used a whole bunch of different clips that have been chopped up. After I finished it, I tried to output it was a video file like I always do, but when it was done and I viewed it, the sound was fine for the first two clips but from the third clip on, it was the audio from start to finish from a different clip.

 

It's hard to explain, but basically I viewed Clip A and it was fine, transitioned to Clip B which was also fine, but Clip C to the end of the movie was the complete audio from the video I had taken one of the clips from.

 

I looked at the native audio while it was still in Videowave, everything was where it should be. It's during the process of it being outputted as a video file that the sound gets messed up. I even tried clicking "Normalize Audio", even though I wasn't completely sure what that meant, but no luck.

 

So, as an overview, when I view it in Videowave, it's fine, but no matter what I output it as, the sound always messes up. Any ideas?

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I made a video using Videowave, and I used a whole bunch of different clips that have been chopped up. After I finished it, I tried to output it was a video file like I always do, but when it was done and I viewed it, the sound was fine for the first two clips but from the third clip on, it was the audio from start to finish from a different clip.

 

It's hard to explain, but basically I viewed Clip A and it was fine, transitioned to Clip B which was also fine, but Clip C to the end of the movie was the complete audio from the video I had taken one of the clips from.

 

I looked at the native audio while it was still in Videowave, everything was where it should be. It's during the process of it being outputted as a video file that the sound gets messed up. I even tried clicking "Normalize Audio", even though I wasn't completely sure what that meant, but no luck.

 

So, as an overview, when I view it in Videowave, it's fine, but no matter what I output it as, the sound always messes up. Any ideas?

 

Have you cleared out the Proxy files lately?

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