Recently, I have had an issue with my project audio being out of sync of the video, when I have cut the clips into smaller segments. The initial clip seems to be in sync but the other ones are not. The final clip is also out of sync slightly.
I have an image describing my issue here:
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Maybe it is something I am doing wrong.
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Welcome to the community. According to the attached screenshot, I understand that after trims the media files, video and audio go out of sync. Am I correct?
We would need more info to understand the issue.
You may try to export the media files and check if it's still out of sync in the final render.
Looking forward to your response.
Thanks for your reply. Yes, the audio for the video clips are out of sync after the trimmed edits.
Here is the version:
My PC is a custom-built computer running Windows 10 Professional, the specifications are:
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-core processor
32GB DDR4 3200 MHz RAM
AMD Radeon RX 5700
Corsair Force MP510 480 GB M.2 NVME SSD
Nothing is overclocked.
The files are created by Radeon ReLive. They are MP4 files and are using HEVC for compression.
I have had this issue before, with another project. Though all of my projects are using MP4 HEVC files created by Radeon ReLive (gameplay footage recorded by the graphics card).
I have exported the media and the resultant file remains out of Sync 😞 It's not massively out of Sync, but enough to really break characters that are speaking, or sudden events, are really noticable.
MP4 (H.264 and HEVC) files are not good for editing because they have variable frame rates. I think that is the reason why your files are out of sync.
Could you please share a sample file so that we can get it checked by the Rush team? https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/share.html
Thanks for being with us.
You may try to transcode your file with any third-party software like HandBrake and then check with Premiere Rush and let us know how it goes. Meanwhile, we are testing the file at our end.
Did this ever get fixed? I'm getting the same issue but wonder if it's because my GoPro has recorded at 40 fps. A speed which Premier Rush is unable to handle?