Sync Audio and VideoViews : 2830 Replies : 12 Likes : 0 2013-05-07 03:11 #1
I got used to Camstudio to create my videos, but the audio is out of sync with the video. I have asked many people about this problem and got some advice, so I was convinced that taking those advice would work, unfortunately, the sync was no better. Does anyone have any ideas why it would be out of sync? Because Camstudio is free, so I do not want to try other software. Or could you please recommend one that is really free?
I’ve been trying to get this to work for days, so I’d be really grateful.
Thanks in advance
JessicaParticipant2013-05-22 00:51 #2
Hi, Dean, I am sorry for your problem. I do not know much about Camstudio, but if you want to try Apowersoft Free Online Screen Recorder, it would be a great idea. It’s absolutely free and it has no time limits or watermarks.
With it, you can record anything on the screen you like. If you want to create videos with audio simultaneously, this online screen recorder is the best choice. It has many recording modes and users can select the mode of audio input like system sound, microphone or both of them. It supports to sync audio and video perfectly.
1. Before recording, you can do some settings to meet your requirements.
2. Make sure your microphone and system sound card are OK.
If you have other sound problems, please feel free to ask me.
GuestGuest2013-06-25 17:08 #3
i love the apowersoft free online screen recorder but the sound comes later than the footage for me. please help. i think it might have something to do with my buffer settings
You can adjust the buffers in Options->General->To sync soundTo optimize audio transfer, you can vary the buffer and priority:
1, The total buffering time (in milliseconds) defines how much audio data reserve a device driver will have. The larger is buffering time, the more robust is the transfer, the less is chance of sound interruption due to task switching, disk operations etc. But the larger is the buffering time, the larger is latency value, and the larger is a delay between incoming and outgoing audio data. Typical buffering times are from 200-300 to 1000-2000 ms.
2, The priority field controls priority of the Audio Repeater process. The higher is priority value, the smoother a process is executing, the less time is rest for another processes. Most processes have Normal priority value, Audio Repeater has Normal value by default. Be careful setting the Real-time priority value because it can cause Windows to freeze.
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graham wardGuest2017-01-21 16:22 #4
ceceds directly into recording equipment during performance, I have also filmrd that performance. How do I link the film with the recorded cd to create a dvd
graham wardGuest2017-01-21 16:25 #5
how do i link live recording on a CD with film of that recording performance and create DVD
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MichaelGuest2017-04-02 08:29 #7
When I record streaming video it looks great until play back. Then my audio and video are out of sync. The audio is faster then the video. Is there a good general setting to start with? Then what should I adjust to tweek it? I was recording at 720 P standard audio quality, 8000 Bitrate and 24 frame rate. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!