Has anyone ever experienced this problem before?...

Kaywahjay wrote on 9/22/2018, 1:29 PM

I'm wondering if anyone knows how to fix this problem...I've built a very nice project with photos and video clips with a soundtrack playing in the background. Periodically when I watch it on playback the soundtrack will go mute for a split second or two in the same place or places. I found that the only way to solve it was to delete the song and import it again which seemed effective but still frustrating and a waste of time. Any thoughts?

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me_again wrote on 9/23/2018, 5:34 AM

Greetings,

I assume the soundtrack is all one song if deleting it and re-importing it cures the problem.

If that is the case is the "original" soundtrack in one piece i.e. has it been split when editing video or photo?

If so have you zoomed in to the split (bottom right hand corner of screen) to see if there is a "split second or two" gap?

AndyW

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emmrecs wrote on 9/23/2018, 11:03 AM

@Kaywahjay

Have you actually exported your project? Does the export also have these audio drop-outs? I ask, because I wonder whether what you are experiencing is some kind of "bottleneck" in the playback on your computer, which is then quite likely to be not present in your exported video, i.e. this final version will play without the audio drop-outs.

Jeff

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