- August 10, 2010 at 12:25 am
I’ll start by saying I have searched high and low and found no info regarding this issue.
I’m working in Premiere Pro CS4 editing an interview with 3 different audio tracks (Mic1, Mic2, Boom)
The audio from each camera was slightly off causing a slight echo, so I enabled Show Audio Time Units, unlinked my audio tracks, and moved only the audio untill it was in sync with no echo, plays back perfectly.
The problem happens, when I try to do pretty much anything, move the clips, drag everything to a new timeline, make a cut, all of these actions cause my audio to jump back to the original sync, causing the unwanted echo to return.
I’ve tried toggling Sync Lock, Re-linking my video/audio, leaving the audio unlinked, grouping everything, but the same thing ALWAYS happens and it is very frustrating.
Any help would be greatly appreciated,
-Long time Reader first time Poster.
- August 11, 2010 at 5:19 pm
Not sure why that’s happening.
Maybe try clipping each audio track where you want each to start, export one each separately and re-import them. Audio/video sync problems are no stranger to Premiere.
Michael Folorunsho – Videographer & Editor
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