After producing a scribe, I can watch the preview and my narration audio matches up perfectly.
After rendering, regardless of format, the animations are significantly sped up and therefore are throwing off my audio.
I do not have any 0 second animations, I do have 0 value transitions though. I have played around with increasing the pause time which throws my audio off in preview in order to see if it syncs up once rendered but this is very time consuming.
Can someone tell me why this might be happening?
I have responded to your support ticket with similar suggestions as Mike's. This is an issue our developers are aware of and will be working on a fix for. We have found that the default image quality setting is affecting the speed of Move-in and Fade-in images during preview. The higher the image quality setting the slower it gets.
I would suggest that you first make certain that your audio file is 44100Hz as mentioned in the previous replies.
If correcting the audio does not resolve the problem, and you think the fade-ins are causing the problem, you could try the following steps: temporarily change the "fade-ins" to "draw" while you preview and adjust the timings, and then change them back to "fade-in" before rendering the video. (This step is suggested because presumably the fade-ins are causing the preview timing to become inaccurate, although it is possible that something else is the cause.)
If neither of those suggestions resolve the issue, be sure to look for other threads that deal with sync problems. There may be other suggestions to investigate.
Hope that helps,
Mike (videoscribe user)
I usually try to keep the zoom somewhere between 15% and 300%
You could save you r project online and raise a ticket if you want customer support to look at it.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
How do I check my audio file?
All I have found inside properties -> details --> audio--> bitrate--> 244kps ...
I cannot see hertz anywhere..
You can probably open the file in whatever program you used to record it, and then re save it with the preferred sample rate. or you could try quicktime player or windows audio player, or most other common audio players to check the sample rate.
You should probably also raise a ticket to ask customer support for help with your problem.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
I have the same problem too. It's been a year since the problem was first raised and it's still not fixed. I don't think we should adjust anything to the video just to suit the rendering thing, it's just stupid!!! I have used other animation maker before, it should BE EXACT as how it's in preview!!!! IT'S OBVIOUSLY SOMETHING YOU GUYS HAVE TO FIX!!!!
@Jo This has been fixed in version 3.4
The Problem is Still Facing me, And It's annoying
I use video scribe 3.5.2
Raise a ticket and attach your scribe to the ticket with the times that the audio and animation go out of sync, the exact version you're working on and if it's happening in preview or after rendering. Provide as much detail as possible
I'm having a similar problem: in the preview the timing seems to be right, but after rendering the animation is way faster than the voiceover. I raised a ticket but support has not been able to find an answer after a week now.
I updated and reinstalled the software, removed all the fade ins etc., I'm basically using zoom at all. Nothing works. That's very annoying.
Yes.. the problem is still there. I could see the sync between audio and video. However, the same went off after rendering the animation and audio/voiceover is slower than the animation. I could see that this thread had been going since an year and half but still no concrete solution. Let me tell you that i am using the latest one as i did subscribe this last month. Unfortunately, my subscription is going to end tomorrow and i would not be able to follow this. But its frustrating to see that issue still exist and solutions are lame kind of update/fade-in and what not.
Satyendra, as Mike said raise a suport ticket and save a copy of your project to the online folder (if your agreement ends we can always give you access to save the file online). We can then download the file, take a look and do what we can to fix it. We can then render it in your chosen format for you and send you the video. If you get an issue while subscribed we will always try to make sure you get the video you wanted even if that expires.