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Importing issue. Last bit of video missing and viewer audio is slow. Advice? 4 years, 9 months ago #85462

  • ggodfrey
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I'm having import issues. I just tried to do my first basic project in Lightworks 12. I imported two video clips that I'd created using 'Open Broadcaster Software' and have the same issue with both of them. The opening clip (.mp4 format) plays fine in VLC and the Windows Media Player - It's 1:43 long but Lightworks thinks it is only 1:22 long and it plays it at half speed in the viewer so my voice is crazy low and it drops the last 19 seconds. The second clip is 23:21 long, but Lightworks thinks it's only 18:40 long, so it loses the last 4/12 minutes (and does the half speed preview).

I've attached the MediaInfo for the two clips.

Any ideas? I know the whole thing is there before it's imported...
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Re: Importing issue. Last bit of video missing and viewer audio is slow. Advice? 4 years, 9 months ago #85463

  • ggodfrey
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I deleted the project and tried again and instead of allowing it to auto detect the framerate as I imported, I set it for 30. seems like it's detected the right file length and playback seems ok. Working on the edit and first pass at output now

Re: Importing issue. Last bit of video missing and viewer audio is slow. Advice? 4 years, 9 months ago #85466

  • shaunthesheep
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Thanks for updating us about your progress.

Screen capture software uses variable frame rates which can cause audio synch problems. Your files are no exception. Professional video editors like Lightworks expect constant frame rates.

If you have such problems, try transcoding the files to a constant fps using Eyeframe Converter or ClipToolz Convert.

I am moving this thread to the screen capture category of the forum where you will get a better response. - Modertor
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