So it plays in synch in the timeline.
What are the export settings for video and audio?
Does it go out of synch or is it all out of synch?
Also, how are you viewing the export? What model Canon? What sequence settings?
Thank you again for your reply.
Out of Synch (barely) right out of the startign blocks and holds steady from there.
Exporting via 'Media'
Output: NTSC 896x504, 29.97 fps, Lower
AAC, 128 kbps, 48 kHz, Stereo
VBR, 2 Pass, Target 0.70, Max 1.10 Mbps
Source: Sequence 01
1920x1080 (1.), 29.97 fps, Progressive,
48000 Hz, Stereo
Are you playing back in QuickTime Player? If so, there is an issue where Adobe-encoded MP4s play slightly out of sync in QT Player; it's especially noticeable on Windows. Other H.264 MP4s generated by other applications don't have this issue.
Viewing via: (1) Quicktime (2) Windows Media Player
Editing Mode: AVCHD 1080p square pixel
Frame Size: 1920 x 1080 vertical 16:9
Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0)
Fields: No Fields (Progressive Scan)
Display Format: 30fps Drop-Frame Timecode
Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
Display Format: Audio Samples
Preview File Format: I-Frame Only MPEG
Code: MPEG I-Frame
Also, several users have experienced OOS issues with H.264, when using Apple's H.264 on the PC (and not just in playback in QT Player), and in nearly every case, they got a better Export, when they went to the Lead, or MainConcept H.264 CODEC. Others recommend x.264, but that does take a bit of tweaking.
Brilliant. You are right on the money.
Intriguing. Thanks Bill.
Are you suggesting that there are 3rd party plugins for exporting with h.264? (I hope so).
Well, there are 3rd party encoders, like x.264, plus just CODEC's, like Lead, or MainConcept.
The differences between those two is that x.264 is an encoder working with MeGUI, where the Lead, or MainConcept are just the CODEC's, and require an encoder to work, such as AME.