2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 17, 2010 7:47 AM by Steve Grisetti

    a/v sync issue


      OK...thanks to Hunt, I've solved (temporarily) my burning DVD issue...now, I've got an editing



      I am trying to assemble a DVD of downloaded (LEGALLY!) clips.  I am downloading .mpg files, than play just fine in WMP, but when I import them to Premiere, the audio/video are out of sync...almost as if the audio is longer than the video.  I have other clips from the same source that are just fine, but 2 of them just won't play along.  Any ideas?

        • 1. Re: a/v sync issue
          the_wine_snob Level 9

          All Adobe Video programs have issues with muxed MPEG files, especially with MPEG Audio. Other NLE's experience the same issue.


          My first choice would be to convert to DV-AVI Type II's, and you should not have the OOS issues.


          Next, I'd rip the Audio from those muxed MPEG files, and Import that PCM/WAV 48KHz 16-bit file into PrE, replacing the muxed MPEG Audio.


          Last, if neither did it the trick, this ARTICLE might prove useful.


          Good luck,



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          • 2. Re: a/v sync issue
            Steve Grisetti Adobe Community Professional

            I agree with Hunt. This sometimes happens when MPEGs are used as source video.


            Convert your downloaded video to DV-AVIs and use the DV project setting in Premiere Elements and all will be well.


            Here are some programs that will convert for you. Super is always a good place to start.