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Old 2007-12-29, 02:25 PM
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Re: Stretching audio to sync with video

i was thinking he was working with the raw footage...guess it was a bit too early for me to post that morning

so let me modify my answer, yes given the situation, and as long as the audio isn't off by much [preferably just a handful of frames], adjusting the audio is the way to go

however, given raw footage and not an authored dvd as the source, i still prefer to adjust the video speed as opposed to audio
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