So, I'm a bit of a technological noob, so I will describe this the best I can. I have a clip (mp4) that runs about 1 hour 30 min long. About 30 minutes into the clip, the audio from the beginning of the clip randomly starts playing, yet the video continues as it should, just the audio randomly swapped itself somehow?
I have not cut or edited the clip in any way, I simply imported it in, and put it on the timeline and no matter what I tried (restarting, clearing cache, reimporting, etc) nothing seems to fix the problem. The weirder part is, if I watch the raw file using something like Windows Media Player, the clip is just fine, no problems at all. So something must be going wrong when it's imported into Adobe Premiere.
Has anyone had this issue or know what may be causing this? I'm at a loss and it's keeping me from continuing a series I'm working on that I need to release.
As I said before, I'm a bit noobish, and this is my first time posting, so please feel free to respond with any additional info you need me to supply, and try to explain things in a noob friendly way, as I may not understand super technical jargon.
Edit: A little bit of info to help possibly... I'm using Windows 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
On a new timeline.... and the media was captured myself using OBS.
So just to clarify, it's a new timeline, no other audio/video/anything anywhere else in the project. The raw file is fine, it only does this once imported into Premiere.
It defaults (or suggests that I change my sequence settings when I put the clip on the timeline) to ARRI Cinema preset (1920x1080, Square pixels, etc) And I've been using that for pretty much all the episodes I edit since adobe seems to suggest it, and I've never had a problem til now. I hope that answers your question.
Hmmm okay. I've been using PP for 2 years now with the same type of "non-camera media" and never had a problem til now. But since then I've edited hours and hours of similar footage with no problem, so I may just suck it up and use something like Windows Movie Maker to edit the one clip that is messing up. Thanks for the help, and if anyone else has other suggestions, please feel free to post them