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TOPIC: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform

Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200106

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I seriously doubt that the waveform of embedded audio has moved temporarily, correctable by restarting, unless the initial post refers to some beta release and then, a procedure to reproduce the issue reliably could be highly beneficial.
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Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200108

  • Triplog
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Rwav - I understand now what you're asking. I can't honestly remember! It is a possibility. The video in question is only 3 minutes long so a relatively small file.

Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200109

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First, it would be interesting to know if the waveform in the timeline had shifted, or if the playback of Audio & Video was delayed.

If you compare your old screenshot with your current timeline at the same timeline zoom: is the peak still at
00:00:18.00, or has it moved to about
00:00:18.20 ?
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Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200110

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As a side note: What is very likely to still happen with V14.5 is audio playing delayed in preview after some time of editing, fixable by restarting. Regarding the traffic on the forum on this, it should be a rare phenomenon, compared with V14.0. Unfortunately nobody so far, was able to describe how to reproduce such an incident, reliably.
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Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200111

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Sorry Schreiber but it's impossible to answer that as I have done a little editing and changed the backing track! All in my quest to try and learn more about LW!

Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200112

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I'm still not sure if I understand what this discussion is about.

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with this comment: Triplog wrote:
The beat is the maximum point to the left of the red line and the red line is where the beat is heard. Can anyone shed any light on this?

In my understanding this describes sound delayed in preview and not a shifted waveform.

I'd truly appreciate if you could clarify what you mean.

Edit: The missing information is, what frame the wave form should be synced to are you referring to?
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Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200120

  • Triplog
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Hugly I don't really understand what you're asking. However from previous responses and the fact that i can't replicate the fault, it's probably time to put it to bed.
Thanks for all the input but I'm conscious I don't want people wasting time chasing after fog!!!

Re: Audio doesn't tie in with waveform 2 months ago #200122

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Hello Triplog,

I fully agree, chasing fog is wasted time for all, and it's time to put this to bed.

If it should happen that you find a way how to reproduce the issue, let us know. The information might help developers to fix it which would be benficial for us all.
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