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Please Help..i'm Having Audio Problems After Rendering In Videowave


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Hi guys. New to the forums. I just wanted to join only so I could post about this because I have no clue how to fix this. I do youtube videos that require a lot of audio syncing with videogame gameplay, And I'm workingn on a video now where i've got the videos/clips I want and now I have added the audio to the video (which is a song that is an MP3 file on my computer that i drag and drop to the "music track) The song when in the software syncs amazingly well with the gameplay. But once i'm done I go to "Export as" and I usually render in 1080p@30fps Now once I render it in those settings, after it has finished when I got to view it in Windows Media Player. The Video part is fine but there is either no audio or the audio isnt at all how it is synced in the video. Idk why this is happening but I've tried everything. Please Help!

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Try using a different editing software? I have had the same issues with facecam when both synced in the editing sweet looks great but once rendered it's about 2 seconds off. If it's just slapping some audio on some footage then just use Windows movie maker, simple and easy and will render in 1080p :)

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Add it to the Internal Audio Tracks before you do any edits ;)

 

Next trick, is to use Software Rendering and NEVER do other tasks while the computer is working on the rendering...

 

Software renderig doesnt work the audio/song still doesnt sync like it does in the software(Videowave) after its been rendered. And Internal Track method cant possibly work with what I'm doing. I trimmed the audio of the the song that way it would start about a minute and ten second into the song beause thats obviously where I want the song to start in the video and I add it too the production before trimming. After doing so I then trim the clips down to size/shorten them or make them longer if need that way it aligns or syncs with the song. This is all for a gaming montage that I'm doing and it feels like I'm really pushing Videowave to its limits

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Go back to what you were doing...

 

Only try splitting the about every 10 seconds along the way before you render.

 

It is something we have done in Video work for many years and for some reason it seems to help :huh:

 

The video is already split at a lot of different points. To give you an example the video is only 28 seconds long and I have at least 8-10 different clips as is. So i dont think splitting it more at timed intervals is going to work because if it would. Trust me It woulda worked by now. Any other suggestions?

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I think you are trying to do too much at one time...

 

Forget the audio for now, put your video together and do an Export As.

 

Reboot, just to clear your head and the computer's as well :lol:

 

(make sure your music audio's Sampling Rate does not exceed 16 bit)

 

Now you can add the Audio and this way you can add it to an Internal Track since you now have one contiguous video file...

 

Try it that way!

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No luck :/..I just really want this to work Ive worked so hard on this project

Still didnt work the video is ahead of the way the audio should sync with it by about 2 seconds. My audio file for the music i'm using is only 2.44 MBytes. I just dont understand how the music is fine when in the software but after rendering it so out of whack

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