Editing TV recordings - audio way off

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Apr 25, 2022 Apr 25, 2022

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I have been using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 for the longest time, and have been recently using the latest trial of Premiere Pro to see if it can help with the issue i have been having. Both versions of the program seem to have the same issue, where after i fully edit the recordings and tremove the commercials, playing the video after encoding has the audio being way off. I have been reading through the forums about others having similar issues, but none of them spoke about trying the same in different verisons of Premiere.

 

Some specs on what i'm using if needed:

Dell Precision 5810, Intel E5-1660 V3 3GHz, 64GB Ram, 2.5TB total flash storage space, Nvidia GTX 1070, recording with NextPVR with an antenna through HDHomeRun, Windows 10 Pro x64

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Apr 25, 2022 Apr 25, 2022

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What hardware was used to transfer the TV recording? A cheap USB capture device can have problems like you described. A Firewire based DV converter is a much better option considering the DV-25 codec is an industry standard and can be used in just about an NLE from iMovie, Edius to Premiere Pro. The video link below is not a solution to your problem but it might be worth watching. 

 

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