Problems with audio sync

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HereticMD's picture
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Hi all

I've just recently began to try and capture some footage off my xbox using Hauppauge HD PVR that all went fine, played back the footage and every thing was perfect, I then started editing it with Premiere Pro and the audio was out of sync. The only work around I've found so far is to convert the captured footage to use mpeg 2 codec using ArcSoft software that comes bundle and then edit that file using adobe but the only issue with that is there are some artefacts in the footage as well as a larger file size

Today I tried using Cyberlink PowerDirector but the audio was even further out sync.

I was hoping that someone might have  pointers maybe I'm doing something wrong because I'm new to this all I want is to be able to produce files actually using the original footage so I maintain the quality 

Thanks for any help it's much appreciated 

Reid Wildenhaus's picture
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After exporting the video, is it still out of sync? It could just be your sound card struggling to keep up with the program.

HereticMD's picture
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Since my initial post I've done a bit of maintenance to my PC I've formatted and reinstalled windows and gotten all of the latest drivers after that I found that the captured footage when played back was out of sync, so I tried a few things like selecting different audio encoder and audio sources. Finally when I select to save the file as .TS was audio in sync during playback, used that file in premiere and the audio played out of sync tried exporting it and that file was out of sync 

Could if be possible that there's a problem with the Hauppauge HD PVR?

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