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Final Cut Express Audio Problems

I was editing using FC and I was marking an in point and I left the mac for a while, when I went back to it to mark the out point on the clip the audio and video were out of sync. This is the case on about 50% of the other footage but the rest is ok. Any ideas what I've done or how to fix it?

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  • michaelrowe Nov 28, 2008

    I have the same problem. I recorded a few simple interviews with my iSight camera on my MacBook, using a snowball microphone. When I start editing everything is fine. But as soon as I mark a new (second) in and out point, the audio is no longer lined up with the video. ideas?

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