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The video had no issues and all the audio was timed properly. However, upon exporting the 4-minute video the audio is noticeably out of sync by 10 seconds. I have tried using handbrake on the exported video although I would imagine that wouldn’t work and the only thing I could do would be to run handbrake on each of the videos used in hit film. #HitfilmExpress #MisfitStudios #HowTo Welcome everyone to another How to from Misfit Studios!Gorhamian shows the step by step process of syncing the audio an. Either: • make a comp of the desired dimensions, create a grade layer in it, copy, paste into main. Dimensions of the grade will be retained. •alternately, *create grades in main while it’s a different size, then reset its dimensions, grades will still retain their old sizes.

 

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#HitfilmExpress #MisfitStudios #HowTo Welcome everyone to another How to from Misfit Studios!Gorhamian shows the step by step process of syncing the audio an. Apr 10,  · The audio drifts out of sync from the video and it does it very quickly. The audio is from the camera and not an external recorder. Also, when the video is . Mar 26,  · STILL HAVING ISSUES? TRY THIS:You may have a variable frame rate issue. Try this guide: ?v=rie1iECA_UoI love Hitfilm, but I noti.
 
 
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It looks like you’re new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! Audio out of sync. Rickemans Website User Posts: 8. April in Post-production techniques. Hi there! I’m making a film for school but when I render it, the audio is 10! Is there a simple solution? Maybe I found the answer myself: do the sample rate AND the bitrate have to be the same as the project properties? Sorry for my bad English, hope you understand my question. April Before I forget: the duration of my video is 20 minutes.

Don’t know if it is usefull :P. Make sure the video framerate and audio sample rate in the project settings match the footage as the first step. Thank you so much for the quick reply! So the audio bitrate has nothing to do with it? Sorry for my silly question. It’s my first time you know.

Probably not. Pretty much all video is going to be in bit, and changing the bitrate isn’t something you can do in HitFilm, you’d need a dedicated audio editing program for that, I think. The question isn’t silly at all, so no worries there. There is lots of potential for confusion in the realm of audio and video format details, and asking questions is an important part of the learning process.

Please, feel free to ask questions any time you like. April edited April VBR encoding can cause sync issues. Convert the audio to PCM and try it. I’ve tried everything but it is still 5 sec out of sync? The first 5 minutes are good but then it is starting to go wrong.

Got an idea? That can happen with ripped DVD’s. Does your video have a pulldown pattern? If you’re not sure, what frame rate is the video and what camera did you use to record it? Even better, upload a small clip of the video from your camera so that we can take a look here. Hendo, I know what you’re thinking. The telecine causes the audio to accumulate a longer and longer delay as the frames are shorted.

And is the video interlaced? If so, you can de-interlace it at the same time you remux. Is the video Mpeg2? With AC-3 audio? All utilities mentioned are FREE!

Sorry I can’t follow you 😛 What is a pulldown? I’ve recorded with a Zoom Q3-HD and a frame rate of I can’t figure out what is wrong. So you’re trying to render a mixed bag against one audio file? Then render again WITH the audio, and maybe you can narrow down the problem.

I think you can unlink the audio, then after you render, delete the video and bring in the new rendered one. Pulldown is not likely an issue. Pulldown is found mostly on DVD video. Your video, and YouTube video is 30p. Now I’m suspecting the WMV. What frame rate is your video? Your audio will drift apart if your shooting at Pretty much all video is going to be in bit, I’m sure you meant audio Pretty much all video passed around is 8-bit.

I’m gonna have to bail off this thread because I don’t know if HF resamples whatever audio that comes in as 48K, which is the default project setting. The sample rate of audio refers to the highest frequency dynamic range that’s recorded, and the bitrate bit depth refers to the resolution of that sample.

Neither have anything to do with the playback speed. Same as video resolution and bitrate have nothing to do with playback speed. Sorry, I was referring to the audio embedded into video files. So you are correct, I was referring to the audio, but specifically to the audio within video files.

As opposed to audio-only files from sources other than a camera, which could use all sorts of different formats and bit depths and stuff. I should have been more clear. If you open up bit audio in a bit project, it will play back much faster than it is meant to, in the same fashion as opening 24 fps footage in a 30 fps project.

When working in video editing, it would be extremely rare for that to come up, but I’ve done it in recording music before. I high;y doubt that it is related to the issue here. Well, now I’m puzzled. Never experienced that. Probably because my DAW takes care of that silently?

I mix disparate audio all the time. So my software must resample everything coming in. That’s what I was wondering about HF. Yeah, of course fps in video are going to change the playback speed, unless the software automatically conforms the media, and that would involve removing frames or blending.

Doesn’t HF “conform” the audio by default? Isn’t 48K just there as a default because that’s probably good enough for I’m an old fart with an 18 year old’s brain. The videos work great but when I put them together it is starting to go wrong. Daniel Shooting at Hey man, I’m clueless at this point. Maybe I’ll try to get al the bitrates at bit, maybe it will help. Hhhmmm, doesn’t seem to work. GageDarnell Website User Posts: This is the same problem I am having posted in a different place no replies yet so I’ll delete it.

The audio get’s a bit ahead of the video. Audio is all 44kHz so am I stuck? Daniel Morgan, how could I cenvert the files from 44 to 48 and would this solve my drift of a couple seconds by the end of a ten minut film? I found my problem No video.

During the editing process I added a fade to black. But instead of adding in balck video, I just left blank space in the timeline. Obviously, HF had no idea what to render there so it took a guess. I know this isn’t a bug, but it may be something to address in an update so it either warns or fills it with signal.

I’m sure they would like to hear about this. Not the problem. I’ve removed effects, possible corrupted clips, taken out the soundtrack, almost anything I can think of. Well over 20 hours of changes and rendering a 10 minute movie I am so dismayed right now I could just toss my CPU! Hopefully I will magically discover what is wrong. Or someone that has an idea will read the forums.

That sounds frustrating, but don’t take it out on your computer. Did you submit this issue to support, so one of the experts could work through this with you one-on-one?