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Try bringing the file into MPEG Streamclip (a free program available at Squared 5 - MPEG Streamclip video converter for Mac and Windows) and exporting a Quicktime movie.
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Thanks so much. Unfortunately it didn’t work. Do I need to adjust frame rates? I think thats the issue when I bring it over to PP.
Yes, variable frame rates are not supported. I'm surprised that MPEG Streamclip could not provide you with a usable file. Maybe try Handbrake?
Hello, I am experiencing the same problem. Using Handbreak did not resolve the issue unfortunately.
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A solution that worked for us:
[EDIT] I do NOT work for any of the companies included in this solution, nor do I receive any kind of renumeration from them. I am recording the software and steps we used to overcome the problem of the original poster.[END EDIT]
The Skype Call Recorder (Ecamm) has 4 built-in converter/splitter apps (you have to look in the "Movie Files" folder to find them). We used the apps to split the recorded Skype video calls into 2 separate "conversations" and then used a free online converter (http://www.online-convert.com/) to convert the conversations into MP4s. Once the MP4s were imported into Adobe Premiere the audio lined up perfectly with the video.
Hope this helps somebody.
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Worked a treat @therealron. Ecamm now has a movie tools app, exporting from that first, rather than bringing the file straight into Premiere sorted out the audio sync issues for me.
These suggestions helped. I have iskysoft and that will convert for me. Once i did it the audio was synced correctly in premiere. THANKS!