I'm having big problems with MP4 files when importing to Premiere Pro 5,5 - most of files are out of sync and I mean badly out of sync. Sometimes, in the same file, audio is to fast, and then 5 minutes later it is to slow. I cant really fix it by moving tracks back or forth.
Strangly those files are perfectly fine in any other program, like Sony Vegas, Corel Video Studio, Windows Media Player etc...
Yesterday my friend sent me his mp4 file that was perfectly fine in his 5.5, but when I used it in my sequence it was out of sync again. I'm using two separate computers, both with same problems. I'm wondering what is wrong, and most important, how can I fix it?
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And, exactly what is inside that file?
Read Bill Hunt on a file type as WRAPPER http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
What is a CODEC... a Primer http://forums.adobe.com/thread/546811
What CODEC is INSIDE that file? http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
Report back with the codec details of your file, use the programs below... a screen shot works well to SHOW people what you are doing
I've just had a/v sync issues with importing mts files into a project. I was told to use the media browser to import files to keep file structure intact. Here's a link that may help:
I am using Premiere Pro 5.5.2 (003(MC: 258762))
Operation system is Win7 64 bit
I'm recording gameplays. So my files are movies from games H264 - MP4 container.
My recording davices are X-Split Broadcaster or Avermedia Live Gamer HD card
Files that I record are working fine in every other program but not in Premiere Pro.
As I said before files are teribly desynchronised and its beyond repair. Even when I move tracks to fit audio and video at some point, its broken again 1 minute later. It is really really bad. This happens on every single computer I was using, and thats 3 in total.
If there is anything else you need to know, please tell.
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PPro does not always work well with the files produced by screen captures (see below... NOT for what you use, but examples of problems) so you may need to edit these videos with the programs provided by the products you use... or convert to something that is more "standard" for PPro to work
Techsmith codec http://forums.adobe.com/message/3692768
Hi, I've got the same problem as RockAlone (I'm one of your viewers Rock and I didn't expect to find you here ) has (now - probably had), BUT my file is not a file from a screen capture program. It's from a digital camcorder (Samsung VP-HMX20C precisely). Video and audio are badly desynchronized. I'm converting my files now, but as we know there will be always a loss in the quality. Also converting takes some time. It's sad that such a professional application (for me the best video editing application) has problems with such a standard codec as AVC. I use Corel VideoStudio Pro X5 instead, but it's very, very unstable and I must wait 2 sec. sometimes to preview a video.