Cut few miliseconds and save file as new.
I’m crushing my head to try to solve this problem. Google wasn’t helpful either. I’ve set up audio with animation perfectly in ae. When I render it out, in any format (flv,mov etc.), audio is not synced. I’ve mp3 and wav of the music track, tried both nothing works. fps is 24 in comp and in render settings. 44.100khz is set up on render settings and the track is also 44.100…
I really don’t know what to try else.. Anyone had this problem?p.s. I never had this issue before.
I had similar issue some time ago. Try with “Audacity”. Free audio editing software. Import original .mp3 track in it and than export it as a .wav file format. Good luck.
EDIT : Really important is that you save it as a different file name. Cause cache files can cause that problems.
EDID 2 : Clear the media cache folder: Documents\Adobe\After Effects\ Media cache files\
It might help.
dorde saidIt’s okay when I import it again to ae… what’s going on?
When you import final video back to after effects, is it ok?
Try this (my workflow in 99% cases):
- Render final composition to tga.
- Render final composition to wav.
- Open targa sequences in virtual dub, and add wav audio.
- Render to uncompressed avi (I’m using picvideo m-jpeg codec, in my opinion the best vfw codec).
Now convert uncompressed avi to your final format (I suppose quick time).
P.s. In vdub you need to setup fps manually, ctrl+r > “change fps to:” and use same fps as you used in ae project.
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