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What HDV camera is your footage shot on?
Sony V1e, but never had any problems with sync on capture before except with the occasional drop out etc.
Just seems strange that every clip is out by the excact same amount?
Do you know how I can uninstall this?
>Do you know how I can uninstall this?
Scott, close Premiere Pro and go to http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=kb403179&sliceId=1 and read Deleting your MPEG index and conformed audio files. When done, launch Premiere Pro and your audio should be fine.
If not, create a new Project, import your media and hear if it is out of sync in the new Project as well.
IE, dont uninstall 3.2. :)
Yes, I will try that.
When I installed the 3.2 update- the first time i opened a project the program spent time conforming all the clips in my project. This is obviously where things went wrong. (out of sync)
I then deleted all the files and re captured them (but into the same project). (still the sync problem)
Best thing to do will be to open new project and start afresh I guess.
One question though.
I have loads of completed projects I have sent to external hard drives. When I bring them back they are not going to be bad are they? ie pprocs3 will reconform all the files wrongly?
I'm a bit scared to try it
Scott - is your footage 24P? If so, let me know. I may have a solution to your problem.
No, just normal HDV Pal 50i.
Scott - well, I'm not sure I've got anything for you then. I've got an updated ImporterFastMPEG.prm file that fixed a 12 frame offset I was dealing with when I was editing 24F footage from a Canon XL-H1.
I'd be happy to send it to you and see if it helps though - you never know!
Just thoought I'd let you know that I fixed the sync problem by just starting a complete new project and then re importing all the files from hdv tape.
So, that works fine for all my new projects.
Only problem is i'm worried about all the projects i have on external hard drive. What happens when I try to bring them in?!