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This is ball park but have you changed the frame rate of the movies...?
You could also try recording the audio in a 3rd party program and importing it on each slide.
I too am having this issue. Has anyone found a solution?
I am using an M-Audio USB preamp.
All I do is record a movie and as soon as I have pressed "End" and all the asstes have been imported into Captivate, I preview the movie, and after the first scren or so, the audio is playing at a very high rate. The audio finishes well before the movie finishes.
There have been no changes to frame rates, I do have the audio set to CD quality (high). I have not edited tha audio, manipulted frames or anything.
I have just updated the m-audio drivers. I still am getting the speeded-up audio. I do not want to be a chipmunk.
I do not have this issue with any other sound recording software, only captivate Soundforge is working fine. The speed up always comes after a screen/slide change.
I got on the phone to MM/Adobe. They have no idea what could be the cause. The tech did not seem to think that the M-Audio preamp was the cause. They did walk me through a couple of interesting tests. We tried recording a movie using Notepad as the target, and it worked fine. So then I tryed using Firefox as the browser while recording my movie (I had been using Internet Explorer). I was able to record my movie just fine with Firefox!
So the trouble may be caused by the 3 apps (IE, Captivate and the M-Audio drivers) working at the same time.