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Audio waves displays not sync but video and audio on reproduction it's sync

Community Beginner ,
Jul 02, 2024 Jul 02, 2024

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When I'm editing I look at the bars waves on the timeline to cut and see when some sounds happens. In this situation audio and video are sync and they work perfectly. The problem is that the audio waves on the timelione are not sync, yet when you play the video it is synced and works perfectly.

For example: In this part, you can see on the timeline that there is no sound, but if you play the video there is audio and it's perfectly sync with the video. Yet, the timeline is telling me that here is muted, but it's not. (I already zoom in at max to see if maybe the audio was to low and it wasn't showing but still turning up the volume as much as I could there was nothing there)

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Another example is here: You can see the waves but it doesn't match with the actual sound that the video is reproducing. Yet, if you play the video, the audio and video is synced. But the waves doesn't match. It's like the timeline is telling me that the audio is not synced but when you play it, it's ok.

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How can I fix this? Is it posible without having to re-import the video? I already edited and I will lose a lot of progress.

I already tried to close and open again. And Restart the PC, and open Premiere.

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Adobe Employee , Jul 09, 2024 Jul 09, 2024

Dear @Neko nyan,

Thanks for writing in. I read your bug report. I think something is amiss with your system or the media you are editing with (problems are often related to H.264 or HEVC media with a variable frame rate). Can you give us more info about your system, media, and workflow so we can understand the situation you are facing. See, How do I write a bug report? With that information, the team can reproduce, then fix your bug. If it is media related, you often have to transcode the

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Jul 09, 2024 Jul 09, 2024

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Dear @Neko nyan,

Thanks for writing in. I read your bug report. I think something is amiss with your system or the media you are editing with (problems are often related to H.264 or HEVC media with a variable frame rate). Can you give us more info about your system, media, and workflow so we can understand the situation you are facing. See, How do I write a bug report? With that information, the team can reproduce, then fix your bug. If it is media related, you often have to transcode the media and then edit with it. Let me know if you need help with that.

 

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Kevin

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