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Sound Out Of Sync After Rendering Output In Videowave


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I am using VideoWave to create home videos. I get the clips captured with my HD Digital Camera in 720p HD format. I then add them into VideoWave by dragging/dropping in a new production. I then edit the production. The editing primarily involves adding text effects, transitions, audio using smartsound, and most importantly trimming the clips - some from the front, some clips from the back (end) and some from the front and the back. But when I render the output in AVC HD 720p MP4 format and play the output in Quicktime I see that as the video plays the sound goes out of sync.

 

I am suspecting a bug in Videowave because of which it is not handling the trimming very well and that causes it to go out of sync.

 

Anyone had a similar problem. Any solution?

 

BTW where can I get an upgrade for the EMC 10.

 

Thanks.

 

 

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I'm suspecting a low end machine trying to perform a task it is incapable of doing.

 

List your system specs.

 

AMD Athlon 64 x2 4600 running at 2GHz

2 GB RAM

250 GB HDD

Windows XP Pro

 

I noticed that it uses about 1.3 GB of RAM when it is rendering.

 

It is not the fastest machine in the world but it is not too bad.

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I did not mention that the software has been crashing all this time while editing. I have been tolerating this by constantly saving any changes I make so that when it crashes I just restart the software and then continue with editing.

 

But then it started crashing while rendering. I did some research and found that WMP 11 might be the cause of the crashes. So I went ahead and downgraded WMP 11 to WMP 9. It finally stopped crashing and rendered fully so I was happy, until I found out that the sound is out of sync now.

 

So I decided to split my production into two halves: part 1 and part 2. Now when I render Part 1 it crashes again while rendering it.

 

What a piece of junk software!! Did Roxio even bother to test it before releasing? The only reason I have been trying to continue to use this software is because of its easy user interface as compared to other softwares such as Vegas Movie Studio. But I guess this piece of junk is totally unusable. It might be usable with regular video clips, but definitely not with the HD ones. Crap.

 

What a waste of money!!!!

 

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I did not mention that the software has been crashing all this time while editing. I have been tolerating this by constantly saving any changes I make so that when it crashes I just restart the software and then continue with editing.

 

But then it started crashing while rendering. I did some research and found that WMP 11 might be the cause of the crashes. So I went ahead and downgraded WMP 11 to WMP 9. It finally stopped crashing and rendered fully so I was happy, until I found out that the sound is out of sync now.

 

So I decided to split my production into two halves: part 1 and part 2. Now when I render Part 1 it crashes again while rendering it.

 

What a piece of junk software!! Did Roxio even bother to test it before releasing? The only reason I have been trying to continue to use this software is because of its easy user interface as compared to other softwares such as Vegas Movie Studio. But I guess this piece of junk is totally unusable. It might be usable with regular video clips, but definitely not with the HD ones. Crap.

 

What a waste of money!!!!

:lol::D:lol: Yah, it's the software!

 

Do a Clean Install of EMC 10 and quit messing over your PC trying to fix it. - Here

 

The trick to Clean Install is to print it out so it is by your side and follow it step by step using the More or Less method. (Don't do More than it says and don't do Less!)

 

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:lol::D:lol: Yah, it's the software!

 

Do a Clean Install of EMC 10 and quit messing over your PC trying to fix it. - Here

 

The trick to Clean Install is to print it out so it is by your side and follow it step by step using the More or Less method. (Don't do More than it says and don't do Less!)

 

Thanks for your reply. Now that I think about it I do have EMC 7.x installed as well. May be I should uninstall both and follow the instructions you gave, that might stop it from crashing. But I don't believe it will help in the sound out of sync issue though.

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