I have a video and audio file both showing up as 2:18:12. The audio/video is in sync for what it seems to my eyes and ears is in sync at the start. By the end of the mix the audio is ahead of the video by 500 ms.
I tried to do different stretching and delay... but it makes everything worse.
What is the best way to sync them.
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The event is done and I have a video that starts out great ends like garbage. I can't tell my kids coaches to set up the game again and tell them to do and say everything exactly the same. I recorded it on a canon vixia.
I was able to pull the video and audio from the file using iMovie. They are the same length. I am using vmktoolnix to try to get them to align.
I don't want to split it up into a bunch of clips and then arrange everything to line the audio and video up.
Is this the video as it comes out of the camera or is the result of some conversion?
Is there a glitch somewhere in the video at which it goes out, or does it gradually drift and get worse the further you go?
I took the SD card out of my camera put it in my mac then imported the video into iMovie so I could cut it into clips and upload to vimeo. The source video is in an AVCHD container on the SD card. The video inside the AVCHD is .mts.
If I play it on the camera it is out of sync too.
I have never had this problem with the camera before. But this is the first time I have ever recorded something this long.
It starts out in sync then gradually drifts towards the end of the movie.
Usually the 'easy' way is to use a audio editor like Audacity to change the audio length. Audacity does have a Mac version.
Audacity may also show you if you have a dropout in the signal by examining the waveform.
Gradual drift of sync is usually an error with a difference of the length of the audio or video,
but can also be dropouts of signal with either, or a combination of both.
I often record video events on a micro SD card of eight hours or more with no sync problems.
And you might mention what camera you used for recording, just for general information.
And welcome to our forums.
I went back to using mkvtoolnix and stretch. It took me a while to figure out what values to put in but I was able to stretch the video and made two copies one which was 250ms and one that is 500ms shorter and the audio is pretty much aligned at the spots I want to clip.
Canon VIXIA HF R70.
Last edited by tunerX; 9th Feb 2018 at 09:53.
I'm having the same situation so I thought I may as well post in this thread.. For a long time I've been encoding bluray movies for a while and I usually don't get any problems. I use a combination of avisynth and MeGUI.
I'm currently having an issue with Back To The Future 1 on bluray. Basically if I just mux the source audio and video together its fine, but as soon as I encode the audio it goes out of sync and it goes more and more out of sync as the movie goes on. I've tried things like FFAudioSource, NicDTSSource and LWLibavVideoSource. I've also tried all the "preferred decoder" options in MeGUI. None of these things worked.
My guess would be it's because the "framerate" for the audio is incorrect. Perhaps it thinks its the PAL "framerate" rather than the NTSC. Any suggestions and if so how would I type it out in a script?
Last edited by WAusJackBauer; 14th Feb 2018 at 02:52.
Can't be there duplicated frames when frames are dropped? So video has same duration as audio? Probably someone capture it (badly) and then encode at 24000/1001 constant framerate?
So try open in some editor : Avidemux, Virtualdub and go frame by frame if there are not duplicates. Probably wrong idea but I would definitely try it.
Edit: if at end just 500 ms there will be very few duplicates if any... it is 12 frames in whole video...
Probably good to shift audio on start bit to at the end is just 250ms which is better than 500ms.
Last edited by Bernix; 14th Feb 2018 at 06:37. Reason: EDIT and edit again
Last edited by WAusJackBauer; 14th Feb 2018 at 06:41.
EDIT: I have 64 bit windows but pretty much everything I install is the 32 bit version, which one do I install?
EDIT 2: Installed the latest 32 bit version, says it can not find a demuxer for it. If it helps at all, when I ripped the audio in MeGUI it said the audio was DTS Core (otherwise known as DTS HD I think)
Last edited by WAusJackBauer; 14th Feb 2018 at 20:15.