5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 28, 2013 4:07 PM by Alchroma
Zahzi Level 1 Level 1

So I recorded a screen recording that has audio and video and I would like to speed it up, but the audio only trims when I try.

 

Selecting the clip and doing cmd+j and entering 400 (the % speed I want) makes the video speed up, but leaves the audio out of sync and trimmed (not sped up at all)

 

Unlinking the clips and doing cmd+j tells me a conflict occured in the trim operation, if I move the clip away and try again it trims it, but does not speed it up.

 

Thanks to anyone that can help.

 

- Zahzi


MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
Solved by David Harbsmeier on Mar 21, 2013 6:20 PM Solved

My only suggestion would be to make absolutely certain that you converted the screen recording to the proper format for working in FCE (FCE doesn't work with most formats created by screen recording software).  That means matching the clip to the Sequence settings in your FCE project, including frame rate, pixel dimensions and AIFF audio at 48khz, 16 bit.

 

-DH

Reply by Alchroma on Mar 28, 2013 4:07 PM Helpful

Yes.

To the specs David suggests.

ITunes or QuickTime Pro can convert.

 

Al

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