I looked to find an answer to my problem but could not.
I record with Dxtory AND THE VIDEO IS FINE when i launch it with VLC Mediaplayer or with Windows Media Player.
BUT when i export it with Adobe Media Encoder CC, following the recommandations to upload for Youtube, there is a bug on the video when i read it : IT FREEZE AND THE SCREEN DROOL during severals seconds before it comes back to the normal.
Here are the caracteristics : Format : H.264 Video 1920*1080 (1,0) 60 i/s Progressive Output VBR 2 ways 12Mbits Audio AAC, 320 Kbits/s 48kHz Stéré
Does someone have faced to this problem or does someone know the answer to my problem ?
Screen capturing/recording apps often use Variable Frame Rate recording, which is not ideal for use in Premiere Pro & Adobe Media Encoder. This could affect the quality of the final output due to frame rate conversion. Many users also experience audio sync issue with variable frame rate material.
I have seen this issue before and it is common with the Variable Frame Rate footage. You can check the properties of your video in MediaInfo.
Workaround: Convert your variable frame rate footage to a constant frame rate using the free HandBrake software before importing/editing in Adobe.