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Barbara Killin Posted on Feb 28, 2007

Voice out of sync on transfer to computer

I had made a few dvd's with parts of a video I shot. I then tried to transfer the whole 18 minutes onto the computer but it started dropping frames and soon the voices were out of sync with the video. I have tried several transfer speeds but it won't work! HELP!

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I think if you have your audio settings set to 12 bit instead of 16 bit audio, you will have this problem. Unfortunately, once you have recorded with those settings, you will have a hard time importing it digitally.
I have mine set to 16 bit all the time because of this potential problem.

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Hiya, your camcorder i presume must use MPG2 and audio with 48k. if u r using adobe premiere to store, then u have to choose the 48k audio format. if ur using any other thing to store, i would recommend final cut pro... pls correct me if i'm wrong.... happy troubleshooting

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