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Exporting Video and Audio from Audition

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Sep 21, 2020 Sep 21, 2020

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Greetings all, 

I am starting the process of editing videos for my choir.  I am able to sync up video and audio to themselves within the same file.  However, when I try and sync with other video/audio, such as accompaniment, the two videos are out of sync.  My only recourse, it seems, is to stretch the audio using Audition.  Once that is done and I have sync'd accompaniment with the voice, I don't know what to do.  I export using Adobe Media Encoder but there is no video showing, just audio.  Either I am choosing a wrong setting or...well, I don't know what else it could be.  Help!

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You'd be better off talking about this on the Premiere forum, I think. Syncing multiple videos to audio is a bit of a pain, but if all the recordings are made at the same time, it should be possible to sync them as long as you have a suitable cue point on each recording (I use a makeshift clapperboard). It's also pretty easy to get the settings wrong on Media Encoder - you need to check everything pretty carefully before you commit to a lengthy encode.

 

That's the bare bones, but for detailed help the Premiere forum sounds like a much more appropriate place to discuss this - it's rather more up their street.

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