I will try to reformulate my question (may have been unclear in my previous post.... )
I am trying to create an output from a project in Premiere, using Adobe Media Encoder (CS3), using the H.264 codec.
My output is perfect in terms of quality of video and audio, except that audio and video are not in perfect sync. There is visually almost half a second difference in the lip-sync.
I do not have this delay (either directly in Premiere, when exported to WMV, or even on DVD produced with Encore).
How can I improve sync between audio and video in h.264 ?
Core 2 duo 3.0 - 4 GB RAM
Win Vista x64 sp1
Adobe Prod Premium CS3 (and CS4)
nVidia 7300 GT
It is interesting to note that once on You Tube, this version is in sync !...
Not too practical though in terms of "offline" assesment...
From other posts I have read in different forums, this "out of sync" with H.264 seems to be a know issue... (I thought Apple was the reference in terms of multimedia works ;-)... Well, I just had to write it without wanting to start another issue on that...
>Not too practical though in terms of "offline" assesment...
What software are you using for your "offline assesment"? Perhaps you need to try other media players?