I am trying to convert a 1280x 720 video to 740 x 416. I notice after being convert using both handbrake and video coder, there are some segments of the video where the audio pitch is higher or softer. Do you know how I can get the audio to be exactly the same as the original file? Is this a setting issue? When I use handbrake, I chose keep aspect ratio and anarmorphic as none.
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Maybe it could be if you choose variable frame rate, which is set up by default. Try constant frame rate. Not sure if that helps.
How the video is sized, processed or re-encoded should have NO bearing on the audio. If it does, you have some major settings wrong.
Avoid the problem altogether by:
1. Making sure that whatever you do to the video, it doesn't change the framerate away from what the source was.
2. Demux the audio, save it & put it aside, do your video work, and then remux that original audio back in.
Did you try using "pass through" for the audio in HandBrake/Vidcoder.