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VideoWave Adjust Audio/Video Sync?


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Is there a way to adjust the A/V sync of a clip within VideoWave? It seems that the audio and video tracks are locked together so I can't just slide them. I've tried the Help file but everything in there is very general. I have a delay in the audio track and I need to resyncronize it back to the video. Is it possible? If not, is therre a tool I can use to export, adjust and then re-import? Thanks.

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Yes the audio is indeed part of the file.

 

You didn’t say what version of the software you have 2010 or 2010 Pro so I’ll go with the VideoWave solution.

 

In VW click Add Photos/Videos then Right Click on the file and select Extract Audio.

 

Add the file and you can add that new audio file to any of the audio tracks. There is a Blue button at the left of the Native audio Track. Click that to mute the Native Track.

 

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I am using 2010 Pro. What you're saying is you need to do it manually by extracting the audio and then placing in a track and fiddling with it to get it to align properly? Seems very cumbersome. Especially when I have many clips from different sources with different degrees of delay. A simple dialog box to enter a millisecond offset per clip would seem much more efficient to me, but that is probably getting too technical and asking too much for this dumbed-down programs.

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I am using 2010 Pro. What you're saying is you need to do it manually by extracting the audio and then placing in a track and fiddling with it to get it to align properly? Seems very cumbersome. Especially when I have many clips from different sources with different degrees of delay. A simple dialog box to enter a millisecond offset per clip would seem much more efficient to me, but that is probably getting too technical and asking too much for this dumbed-down programs.

You asked HOW. The real question is, Why is your capture not in sync???

 

I have not had a capture that was out of sync in the last 4 years…

 

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I understand HOW and that is fine, but it will be cumbersome.

 

The reason the A/V is out of sync is not a capture issue. I am working with multiple sources of video files. Some .avi, .divx, .mpeg, etc. Some files are very old and are just inherently out of sync for whatever reason. Also, I am working with transfers from VHS to DVD using a Samsung combo unit and occasionally the A/V gets out of sync on very long transfers. This is the nature of the beast I suppose. Whatever the reasons, the A/V sync issues always seems to rear its ugly head one way or another. Having a simple way to resolve it when needed would be nice, that's all.

 

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I have not used all of them, but I have never seen that simple feature in any Video software I have used…

 

I asked about having 2010 Pro because Sound Soap does have some features. Having said that, now I have to admit I have never loaded it, so I can't give you any firsthand advice

 

One old trick you might try. In VideoWave, put a Split in every 5 or 10 minutes. It has been used to keep things in sync.

 

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