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    Hi All,


    I have been converting some old VHSs Home Movies to DVD via a Panasonic NV GS55 Camcorder, capturing via Premiere. After I capture them Premier creates an .avi file that plays back fine (audio and video in sync) in both VLC and Windows Media Player.
    But when I bring the file into a sequence in Premiere for editing the audio goes out of sync. (Not hugely out of sync...maybe a second or less)


    While capturing there were some frames dropped maybe 20 or so. I guess this could be the problem but the why does the audio and video sync in VLC and WMP but not in Premiere?




    Also I was able to get the audio to sync up by changing the speed of it to 100.03% (3 hour video) but then when I rendered it to an avi the audio was out of sync when I played it in VLC and WMP.




    Any help is much appreciated.


    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalkishi View Post
    Hi All,


    I have been converting some old VHSs Home Movies to DVD via a Panasonic NV GS55 Camcorder, capturing via Premiere. After I capture them Premier creates an .avi file that plays back fine (audio and video in sync) in both VLC and Windows Media Player.
    But when I bring the file into a sequence in Premiere for editing the audio goes out of sync. (Not hugely out of sync...maybe a second or less)


    While capturing there were some frames dropped maybe 20 or so. I guess this could be the problem but the why does the audio and video sync in VLC and WMP but not in Premiere?




    Also I was able to get the audio to sync up by changing the speed of it to 100.03% (3 hour video) but then when I rendered it to an avi the audio was out of sync when I played it in VLC and WMP.




    Any help is much appreciated.


    Thanks
    is out out of sync the whole way through? if so, on the time line un- link the audio from the video and drag it along the time line so it is back in sync.
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    In windows media player/organise/options/performance, there is a check box for 'drop frames to keep audio/video synchronised'.

    It's possible that this needs to be checked/unchecked, this could be masking a problem, Premiere is showing it as a real problem, WMP is overcoming it.

    Maybe this kind of setting was also used when you captured the file?

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