As i describe in the header that's what hapens. I merged allot of smaller videos to make one big one. I had to edit each video to get the speciffic scenes i required from my end result. I did all this editing with magix's own tools.
Bellow is the graph of the combined videos with the effects i used and the program interface.
I used a simple crossfade effect between scenes (fade to black-appear from black for video and fade out-in for audio), a noise filter between 4:30-5:00m and two texts appearing at about the end.
The problem occurs between some of the objects, not all. To be speciffic,
as i zoon in between 10 and about 22 secs you can see the area within the two red markers (about 19.3-21sec).
That's the area where the audio is muted, or rather will be muted. The audio loss is also present during preview and after the whole file has been processed/compressed. The odd thing is that if i preview starting from let's say 20secs, the audio is heard as clean as you can see it in the graph. And if i try to preview from 17secs then less sound is lost, about 1 sec, as opposed to 3secs if i preview the videos from the start (11secs). However, when i compress the thing, the maximun amount of sound is lost always.
I have no idea why this happens. I have made other videos and they mixed fine. The only difference is that i use FRAPS clips right now, which by all means should be better for processing, not worse.
Some last info:
If i don't use effects the same thing happens in the same videos/objects.
I got my videos from FRAPS clips so it's pretty much almost uncompressed video and PCM 44khz stereo uncompressed sound.
More codec details : Video Codec = FPS1, FRAPS Codec. Audio Codec = PCM Audio - 44100Hz 1411 kb/s tot (2 chnls). (Info taken from Gspot v2.70a)
Bottom line, HELP!!
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Ok, i fixed it by restoring the default program settings.
Some kind of odd setting, i dunno? In anycase it works fine now.
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