The audio of my video (1.10 min long) is off in some sections and not synchronized with others. What is wrong? This only happens after I convert to mp4
Thank you for your help
If the footage is variable framerate convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.
i already edited in premiere can I do it from the edited video?
Convert your Source Video, not your edited video. I recommend giving the source video a new name in Handbrake. Then perform a Replace File operation in Pr to replace the original source footage with new, converted footage. If the video length is the same, it shouldn't affect your edits at all.
How are you converting?
Converting from what?
premiere to mp4 H264
Try exporting to CineForm or ProRes as a test.
If that works, then try using Pr or the Media Encoder to convert the test file to H.264.
What model camera, please?
it didn't work... only exported the file... so the sound fades away in some areas and is not synchronized in others. the beginning is fine
how can I fix? the video seems fine in premiere is just the converted version
I don't really understand the problem. I need more details about exactly what is going wrong and when it's going wrong.
- I used handbrake before editing it in PR (video is fine up until I convert to H264)
- Camera footage
-I use Quicktime to play the exported video (I have a MAC)
-I haven't tried PoRes should I try?
Yes. Try ProRes 422 and try playing the exported ProRes file in Quicktime Player.
You should also take your existing H264 exported file and try playing it back in VLC.
Here's a link to the excellent and free VLC media player: VLC
Are you using screen recorded footage or footage from a phone/camera?
Like Ann said, you may need to convert in Handbrake. Screen recorded footage often has characteristics that Premiere does not work well with. Test with one file and see if running it through Handbrake helps.
sorry it is from camera not screen recording! can I convert to other than H264?
Many users are having issues with VFR. If the file is variable frame rate, use Hand brake to convert to constant frame rate:
Here is a tutorial:
but I already edited the video on premiere can I do it from the edited video?
hi there, the video was already encoded in Handbreak, when I look at the description it says: HandBrake 1.3.3 2020061300
MPEG-4 video file
Please provide some advice as of how I can fix this
thank you for your help
Please use the link Peru Bob provided.
thank you but do I have to download it? It costs $2 and I am not sure if I want to pay that just for this
Pick the free version.