I have a short two minute film that I have made and have put into premiere to edit. A friend of mine made the score and sound effects file as a a wav and gave me to import it into premiere for my film. I thought it would be a simple case of importing the file into premiere and everything would match up, but I find that although the time of the .wav is correct at two minutes, the audio is not synced and seems to play faster. I've tried syncing up with other programs, but nothing seems to work. Could it be some kind of bitrate problem or something? When I look at the file properties in premiere, I see:
Source Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 24 bit - Stereo
Project Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 32 bit floating point - Stereo
Please can someone help, because this thing not syncing is driving me crazy!
When you say it is not syncing, please be more specific.
Exactly how long is the audio clip and exactly how long is the video clip?
Could it be a problem that your video might be 29.97 frames per second and not 30. Could that have thrown off the composition?
You might want to measure the number of frames rather than the time.
I find that although the time of the .wav is correct at two minutes, the audio is not synced
My best guess is that your friend just didn't sync the sounds up correctly on his end.