Strange issue. When I play the files via Quicktime on my computer, the audio is in perfect sync. When I import into Premiere, the audio is about 6 frames late in the source and when dropped on the timeline. I have the latest version...not sure why this happens. It usually happens on clips that are more than a few minutes long, like the audio is 100.01% faster than the video and gradually gets more and more off sync later into the movie.
Any suggestions? I haven't found any similar problems online so I'm assuming I'm doing something wrong?
Where are the MP4s from?
(This is strange; typically, it's QuickTime that has the out-of-sync problem.)
You know what...I double check and they're all Quicktime files. H264 codec MOV's from Final Suck Pro.
I am dissapointed to see that no one has addressed this issue. I have similar issues.
The MP4's play perfectly in the quicktime player but in Premiere they are off by varying degrees sometimes up to a minute even. I had similar problems in the past with files from the same producer. However last time I was able to change the extension before importing and then sync them up manually on the timeline. It worked everytime. This time however when I change the extension Premiere brings it in as an audio only file.