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did you follow the updater notes & flush your .cfa files and index files? There's a good chance that if you didn't, the updater might have corrected an offset in the video, but if you're using stale conformed audio files, that would introduce an a/v sync offset.
I did, and even loaded the clip on another computer and tested it there in PPro 3.2.
Good enough :)
If you can post a sample file, that would be great.
Thanks for looking at this and always helping we users out when you can, Wil - you're the best!
Your find the file here...
I know you're super busy, Wil, but any word on that clip I posted?
Eric, just for fun I tried to load your file 1F.mpeg.
It is out of sync on my computer also.
The duration I show is 2:55:01
The first take 1F the slate hits on 7:00 but the sounds is heard at 7:10
I am on 3.2.0.
PS- I have Cineform. When I convert your file to the Cineform format, the audio is in sync, BUT the video frames are at different points. Example: The First slate hits at 7:22
Also, the duration is 2:56:04
So, At the very beginning in the mpeg file I do not see the the actor putting the newspaper under the table (when in Premiere) But I see the actor putting the newspaper under the table in Media Player and Cineform. So the mpeg file is missing the first 21 frames compared to the Cineform file.
Hope this helps Wil.
That's no good - maybe something happened in the download - it's a BIG file...it should play fine - out of sync in PPro 3.2, but with no errors.
It's an HDV 24P clip.
Thanks, Andy. That is just plain odd...all of this just makes me like HDV less and less as a format. I've recently started editing more HDV projects, and while most of the time everything seems to go okay, when things get screwy, they get really screwy. Good ole intra-frame DV...you worked so well!
That's even more interesting when you mention how it worked with Cineform.
I'm hoping that Wil, or anyone, can shed some light on why this is happening...not just for my own project, but just in case others have similar issues.
Any luck on what was happening with the clip I posted, Wil? Thanks!
Sorry it took so long - I've been really slammed lately, and didn't have time to check it out until now.
The audio & video timestamps of the file look legit - there's something weird going on where the index file is supposed to offset the file by 12 frames, but it seems that Premiere's actually offsetting the video by 24 instead. From the looks of it, you have exactly a 12 frame (ie 1 GOP length) offset between the video & the audio, due to the video starting 12 frames later than it's supposed to.
Not quite sure yet what to make of this - I'll keep you posted as I know more.