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Old 8 Dec 2009, 01:14 PM   #1
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I am using Tmpgenc authoring works 4

I have a track that has a 12 sec slide show and then 1 min 43 sec video clip. I can get my recorded audio into the slide show ok. But when I insert the audio into the video clip (next within the track)the video clip audio starts part way through. I think it is starting 12 sec into the video clip. How can I get the video clip audio to start at the beginning of the video clip?

Should all my audio tracks be joined into one audio track and just inserted into the beginning the total track.

I am making a tutorial DVD

Thanks for your help.

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But when I insert the audio into the video clip (next within the track)the video clip audio starts part way through. I think it is starting 12 sec into the video clip.
Maybe this audio clip has about 12 sec. of silence at the beginning ?
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No, I've checked that a couple of times and put other audio in which does the same.

What is "audio gap correction" ? I have had a play with that bit and it does move it around a bit but it will not let me get the audio in the correct position to match the video track.
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Positive values shift the video forward relative to the audio, negative values shift the video backward relative to the audio
So, in your case it should be around -12000 ms.
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