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    Default Sound timing on premiere Pro

    Hi,

    I'm new at Premiere Pro but have doing fine with it until this one project. The sound plays in perfect sync until i try to export to avi, then it's off a bit.

    Anyone have any experience/suggestions for this problem? I've tried re-doing it several times, exporting the audio file and re-trying with it, all sorts. I really need this file!

    Thanks.

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    What is the format of the source footage? Did you capture it with Premiere Pro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Engels View Post
    What is the format of the source footage? Did you capture it with Premiere Pro?
    I got it from the editor who uses Premiere Pro and had no problem. He gave me the programme. But he didn't use the clips I asked for (free help) so I want to make a version as I wanted it. It's odd that it's only this one clip, another short advert made from the same source material worked fine.

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    But what format are the source clips? It makes a lot of difference in how Premiere handles them. It may be necessary to convert the files first.
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    Afraid I don't actually know, it would have been converted before it got to me. I got the source material as avi files.

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    Open the files in Windows Movie Maker and save as DV-AVI
    Video Tutorial Instructions are here if you need them
    *** muvipix.com Products ***
    'tu-Converting from WMV to DV-AVI using Movie Maker'

    Works the same for converting WMV or AVI or Whatever to DV-AVI.
    The resulting files will work fine in Premiere.
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    Thanks, I had thought I might try Moviemaker, but haven't used it before so will definitely have to read the tutorial. A pain to start over, but probably not that bad once I get stuck into it.

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    It's a step by step video tutorial, no reading required
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    Thanks. I found a video tutorial on YouTube too. Kinda sucks though, that the best solution to a problem is to use a different programme. This is where my feature gets edited on Moviemaker and adds more oddities to the story of getting it made.

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    You only need to use moviemaker to convert the file, then do all of the editing in Premiere.
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