When I play a clip, even before adding it to a sequence, the audio finishes before the video finishes, and the synch is way out of line by several seconds at the end of the 46 second clip.
FiLMiC Pro was used to record it.
In VLC, it plays perfectly, but strangely shows the frame rate as 23.365755.
Codec is H.264 - MPEG-4 AVC (part 10) (avc1)
1920 x 1080
Audio is MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a) - sample rate 48000hz
I've tried creating a sequence from the clip (by drag/dropping) and the sequence that Prmiere creates says a frame rate of 24p.
What can I do to resolve this, I need to use these tesitimonials and can't really re-shoot them.
Just an aside. I imported a 1080p mp4 video from a Galaxy S3 phone, it had a variable frame rate for video but a constant rate for audio. It played just fine in PrPro CS6, except it was upside down. Just rotated -180 degrees. Everything was just fine. Odd about the updside down thing - not a CS6 issue.
joe bloe premiere wrote:
A fix in message #22 http://forums.adobe.com/thread/934466
Has anyone uncovered a fix that doesn't require Quicktime Pro?
I believe you can transcode, but a QT reference movie is a lossless copy of the file.
My CS6 is installed on Win7-64, so using a QT reference is not workable.
I tried that with FCP7 (using a ref created in QT), and it was out of synch, so I doubt that this reference movie would work in Premiere on OS X.
Using a self containted 'save as' was also out of synch in FCP7.
I had to export as ProRes 422 23.976 (to preserve the lousy quality of the iPhone) so that it would play without synch issues in FCP7 (also in Premiere on Win7).
I would be nice if CS7 would deal with variable frame rate files without loosing synch.