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I converted the massive 90 something GB uncompressed version of AI2 using the DVD setting on Videowrap. Now when I play it in Quicktime, the audio slowly gets more and more off sync (noticeable within the first few seconds). I thought that it might be my computer being unable to handle playing it, but then I put it into Premiere and rendered a little piece off the front and the audio stayed out of sync.
Any help would be appreciated.
I just tried the same thing again with a smaller file and the same thing happened.
I checked the times and realized that the AI2 file is just about 54 minutes... That is where the audio stops. The video, on the other hand, plays until 62 minutes... so it's going in slightly slow motion.
On the second thing I tested, the original video is about 8 minutes and ended up being 10-11 minutes... whereas the audio again cuts out around the length of the original file.
I've discovered that the problem happens regardless of whether I'm exporting to DVD or not. I tried converting to a flash template page and the same thing happened (I'm uploading that example now).
After trying Quicktime and DV AVI codecs and not running into the issue, I've come to the conclusion that only uncompressed AVI files have this problem. I'm uploading an example right now and will post it here once it's up.
Here is an example of what I'm talking about... It's not entirely evident until 45 seconds in, as there's no distinctive dialog or sound effects until then.