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I've got a little problem saving a video. It sounds fine as I'm editing, but when I try to save it into an MP4 the audio in the music line in the internal tacks shifts forward anywhere from a moment forward to several seconds late.

 

When I try to save the file I save "Same as Original" and I've tried NTSC and PAL set to both and NTSC.

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Try an Export As set to the quality you want the final result to be in, just to see if that improves it?

 

Also, you may have to do an intermediate Export As... Do your video editing then Export As and load that file and add your Audio...

 

Why PAL? Do you have a lot of those players where you live :huh:

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Are you using Creator 2012? What application? Your other posts are related to Game Capture.

 

When was the last time you did any maintenance on your computer? What else do you have running when you are working on the editing? Some antiviruses will interfere.

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Try an Export As set to the quality you want the final result to be in, just to see if that improves it? Also, you may have to do an intermediate Export As... Do your video editing then Export As and load that file and add your Audio... Why PAL? Do you have a lot of those players where you live :huh:

 

I'll have to try setting it directly to MP4. If that doesn't work I'll have to do the intermediate save. I don't know why I didn't think of that.

 

and the PAL setting was just because I was fiddling trying to get it to line up the audio. When I set it to both it was better but it was still just a hair off.

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

Are you using Creator 2012? What application? Your other posts are related to Game Capture. When was the last time you did any maintenance on your computer? What else do you have running when you are working on the editing? Some antiviruses will interfere.

 

 

It's the Videowave editor that comes with the Roxio Game Capture.

I haven't done any serious maintenance in a long time. No issues have come up for me to address so I've left it well enough alone.

I had Google Chrome running at the time. I was browsing as it processed the file.

I use Avast, and Malware bytes

 

 

 

EDIT: I found the problem, it was something with the audio file itself caused it to shift. Guess I have to start over now.

Thanks.

Edited by Sjdibse

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