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  1. Everything I say is false koberulz's Avatar
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    I've got a video file with several cuts, in which the audio drifts gradually out of sync.

    I loaded it into Premiere, synced it up at the start of each cut, then rate-shifted it to sync the end.

    But when I encoded the sequence onto a DVD, the sync-drift was back - it still resynced at every cut though. At the end I have the audio fade out, and the fade out is still present in the out-of-sync audio, it just occurs earlier. The out-of-sync audio is exactly the same length as the in-sync audio.
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  2. Weird. Are you sure it was fixed correctly in PP ? Check in different places within each cut

    Reboot your computer.
    Start PP + Reopen project
    Clear media cache
    Export audio track only
    Reimport the exported audio track and compare with the existing timeline audio track
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    I've done the last two of those steps (I'll give the first three a shot shortly), and the two tracks didn't match. So yes, fixed in Premiere and broken on export.
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    Same issue after rebooting and clearing cache.
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  5. What audio format? And how did you export the audio? (did you use something like afs ? because it's know to cause audio glitches for some people)
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    Uncompressed 16-bit 48000Hz WAV and 224kbit/s 48kHz AC3. They're identical to each other, but don't match the sequence.
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  7. No idea. I don't recall a bug like that in CS6. I would ask on the Adobe fourm

    You can also try with a video container (e.g. AVI) to see if it makes a difference, and something else with both video & audio just to see if it makes a difference (e.g. mp4, avc, aac)
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    Tried a Lagarith AVI, audio is identical to all other exports.
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