Can you give us a bit more help, to help you?
Please take a look at this article, and let us know a lot more about your Source Footage/Assets, plus the version of PrE, and your Project: http://forums.adobe.com/message/3220274#3220274
Also, please describe the OOS (Out Of Sync). Is it dynamic, i.e. changes over time, or static, i.e. off by the same amount throughout the Clip?
Thanks for getting back to me.
I'm running a Toshiba i7 with 16gb ram, and a Radeon Graphics Card
I'm running PrE 11
I converted home videos from disc with Handbrake.
They are M4V files.
Asset in question One Hour Fifteen in length. (I want to cut it. My reason for the program)
It starts in synch than get more out of sync as you progress.
By the one minute mark... it''s noticably wrong, and goes further and further out of synch (video falls behind)
I have tested more than one video. Same problems.
No problem experienced in Windows Movie Maker.
Saw that others mentioned this issue on various internet threads.
Please advise. I really want to use this product.
Thanks again. -Ike
I am confused. M4V is a Video-only stream. Are you sure about that? That is what the "V" is for.
Thanks for the info.
You comment made me wonder why I went through a 3rd party software to rip. I used PrE and it seems to be working fine. Thanks for your input.
You are most welcome.
Good luck and happy editing,