This content has been marked as final. Show 6 replies
How fast is your processor?
And are these DV-AVIs, from a miniDV camcorder?
If these are AVIs from, say, a still camera that shoots video, you will need to convert them before they'll play right in Premiere Elements.
Did you try DVDate 7.0. This free download can correct frame issues which can cause audion sync problems.
<Thomas_R_Atkinson@adobeforums.com> wrote in message<br />news:firstname.lastname@example.orgNXanI<br /><br />> I am trying to make a movie using three .avi files, but<br />> when I play it back, the video is a full second behind<br />> the audio.<br /><br />Even if you burn a DVD?<br /><br />> I tried rendering, but it doesn't help.<br /><br /><br /><br />> I have 1 GB of RAM, a RADEON X600 256 MB video card,<br /><br />How fast of a CPU?<br /><br />> and I am running under Windows XP.<br /><br />Good idea!<br /><br />> any suggestions?<br /><br />(1) Select clip<br />(2) Right click and select "unlink audio and video"<br />(3) Select either audio track or video track but not both.<br />(4) Click and drag track as required to obtain proper lip synch.
My CPU is 3.0 GHz
The files are .avi files I downloaded
What is the CODEC of the AVI's. AVI is just a wrapper and can hold all sorts of things. If you do not have it, download G-Spot (freeware) and use it.
CODEC's like XviD and DivX can, and usually do, cause sync problems.