>gaming videos using XSplit recorder
That is a new one to me, but other messages concering screen capture software discusses LOTS of editing problems
Some examples... (may or may not help, but at least some ideas based on other problems)
These are for Premiere Elements, but may help with PPro
Fraps & Elements http://forums.adobe.com/thread/871095
-and more Elements http://forums.adobe.com/thread/943772
-and yet more Elements http://forums.adobe.com/thread/967201
Techsmith codec http://forums.adobe.com/message/3692768
BB Flashback http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1074014
The reason for using XSplit is because I want to live stream my games, then upload a HD copy of it to youtube after,
and XSplit allows you to stream to a web service as well as your local drive from one program.
My problem isnt with the recording process as I said above the file works fine when I play in WMP or VLC
Its just when I come to import the file to premiere that the audio doesnt match the video
From reading the articles you posted this one (http://forums.adobe.com/message/3692768#3692768)
Says that ACC can cause problems with Adobe software, which I believe is what I am using.
However I have used MP4 files with ACC codecs in the past just fine.
Would there be a codec i would need to download and install or some fix I can use to make this work better again?
>file works fine when I play
Play -VS- Edit http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1066154
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
With file details, someone may be able to help... I only edit AVCHD from my Canon Vixia, so have no other ideas for screen capture video
Yes I understand the difference between playing and editing,
I was just saying that to show that it wasnt the raw file that was out of sync.
I seem to have gotten a fix from re encoding the file though handbrake, even though nothing changes in file size or codec's it seems to resync the audio when importing to premiere,
I guess I can live with a extra hour to encode 2 hours of footage.
Hmm... this is NOT your exact problem, but mentioning re-encoding outside Premiere triggered a thought
iPhone video uses a variable frame speed, which Apple's Quicktime Pro can edit... but PPro can't
So the solution for that video is to re-encode into a fixed frame rate - message #22 http://forums.adobe.com/thread/934466
I wonder if your original screen capture is using a variable frame rate?
Ah that does make sence now. As I always encode at a constant frame rate and bit rate. So now I need to look into variable frame rates on the recorder. Thanks for the ideas