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Video + audio out of sync with Sony Vegas Movie Studio

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Just tried rendering an hour long project in Sony Vegas Movie Studio into avi format and the video and audio are not in sync. Tried it with both NTSC & PAL formats, same result.

Any suggestions would be very welcome!
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  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    same problem, so far I found no solution I guess this problem is well common ;/ but yet not resolved

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Hey guys,
i tried something which worked...but i dont know if this is solution for all video formats....
Unlink the audio layer from video...and delete the audio layer.
Use any program to extract the audio from the video file - i extracted it as a WAV file.
import the wav file as the audio layer....
and render....
the output was alright...
but now i am facing another problem! :( Vegas closes without any warnings during rendering....

hope this was useful....

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What I'm hearing is:
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