Audio Drift Variable Frame rate Twitch VOD problem

Mack-C wrote on 4/15/2022, 10:02 AM

Not sure If this is the correct place to post this but I desperately need help!

Been dealing with this issue for a while and its beyond my understanding!

I am an Editor for a Full time twitch streamer and 3 days a week I download his Twitch Vod straight from the website and edit it down into a 25 minute recap video for YouTube. Usually everything is hunky-dory and works fine. But on multiple occasions when I go to download his vod from the previous night everything looks all fine and synced up when watching in Windows Movie player but as soon as I import the 8 hour vod into Sony Vegas the audio is out of sync and continues to drift and become either more out of sync or more in sync and I cant seem to figure out how to fix this!?

I have watched countless guides on how to fix audio drift from changing the compound reader to FALSE but all that does it make vegas super slow and laggy for me. I have tried renaming the file to .dif, changing the frame rates inside of Vegas but nothing works. I was told to process it through Handbrake but since its such a large file it would take all day to process it and would make my work flow incredibly inefficient.

 

Can anyone explain what is happening and if there truly is a way to fix this without using handbrake?

 

Thank you.

 

Comments

rraud wrote on 4/15/2022, 10:21 AM

Vegas does not behave well with 'variable frame rate' files, convert to a constant frame rate prior to editing. There has been numerous comments regarding VFR on the Vegas Pro 'Video' forum.. search.

Mack-C wrote on 4/15/2022, 10:28 AM

If you read my post you would know I have done extensive research and none of the fixes work. My question was if there is anything besides "handbrake" which seems to be the only solution. Read.

vkmast wrote on 4/15/2022, 12:11 PM

Still using "Sony Vegas"? The last Sony Vegas was v.13, the current VEGAS (Pro) from MAGIX is v.19.

FYI, Sony Vegas vs. VEGAS.

@Mack-C