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Lesson 17. Lesson: Operational Troublesh... > Audio and Video Consistently Out of ...

Audio and Video Consistently Out of Sync

If the out-of-sync behavior you are experiencing stays the same from the beginning of the clip throughout playback, it’s called consistently out of sync. Rather than gradually drifting over time, when clips are consistently out of sync the initial relationship between video and audio is offset by a certain time frame. The offset amount remains constant throughout the clip.

The origins of consistently out-of-sync clips are completely different from those of progressively out-of-sync clips. Whereas progressively out-of-sync clips are usually the result of sample rate confusion, consistent out-of-sync behavior is almost always the result of latency caused by an unequal divergence between the audio and video streams or signals themselves.


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