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Audio Help

Posted: Wed, 2nd Feb 2011, 11:09pm

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FXhomer97267

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After i render my video my sound is off a little how do i keep that from happening.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Feb 2011, 11:55pm

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Axeman

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Essentially, make sure you use the correct project settings. Make sure the framerate is exactly the same in your CompositeLab project as it was in the source footage. The difference between 30 frames per second, and 29.97 frames per second, for example, will throw off the audio quite noticeably in less than a minute. Exactly how much the audio is off can sometimes help identify the exact settings adjustment that needs to take place, but without any additional info, that is what it boils down to.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Feb 2011, 1:01am

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FXhomer97267

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Thank you
Posted: Thu, 3rd Feb 2011, 1:02am

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FXhomer97267

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Thank you
Posted: Thu, 3rd Feb 2011, 1:04am

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FXhomer97267

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how do know what the original speed is