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Posts: 5
Registered: 21.02.2011
21.02.11 13:42:57
To: ChrisJConnor


OK guys. I expect you use your own software to record your user guides..............................

Watch the timing of the clicks on the following link

http://videoguides.avs4you.com/How-to-overlay-audio-over-your-video.aspx

Towards the end of the video they are lagging (not huge) but you can spot the lag.

Tried viewing this file on two very different laptops (a fairly high spec sony with windows 7 64 bit and a fairly low spec toshiba netbook with windows xp)

Cmon guys help us out!!!!
Posts: 5
Registered: 21.02.2011
21.02.11 13:44:00
To: ChrisJConnor


OK guys. I expect you use your own software to record your user guides..............................

Watch the timing of the clicks on the following link

http://videoguides.avs4you.com/How-to-overlay-audio-over-your-video.aspx

Towards the end of the video they are lagging (not huge) but you can spot the lag.

Tried viewing this file on two very different laptops (a fairly high spec sony with windows 7 64 bit and a fairly low spec toshiba netbook with windows xp)

Cmon guys help us out!!!!
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
22.02.11 06:15:14
Our developers are working on the problem and it will be fixed in the nearest future. I'm just asking you all guys to wait.
Posts: 5
Registered: 21.02.2011
23.02.11 00:28:20
Great News - This looks like a brilliant product and I am looking forward to the updated version. Any (rough) estimates on timescales?
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
24.02.11 06:49:19
To: ChrisJConnor

Unfortunately, I cannot say for certain when the update is ready.
Posts: 5
Registered: 02.02.2011
25.02.11 22:37:12
To: Vlad


I sent a note to support about this issue just now and then remembered this forum. Had to go hunt it down again. Now I have it bookmarked. Seems to me kinda like a no brainer for folks who understand this stuff, (which is like 23rd century chess to me). But if poor old bewhiskered CamStudio still works, then the fix has to be simple for the genius inventor of AVS Video Editor. I mean no disrespect! Just using imperious logic. I have a new spate of vids to do now, and would sure prefer to use AVS than poor old CamStudio for the capture. Not fussing. I promise. An update about the ETA for the update would be el mucho appreciated.
Norm
Posts: 2
Registered: 01.03.2011
01.03.11 15:03:36
To: Vlad


Just for fun I ran a screen capture on an online clock which gives audio cues.... The timeline goes like this:

30 seconds - video is one second ahead of the audio.
1.30 - 2 seconds
2.30 - 3 seconds
3.30 - 4 seconds
4.30 - 5 seconds

So, we're losing a steady second per minute.

Since Camstudio is working, then it would seem to point away from a common hardware glitch. So, how's it coming with the developer?

Norm

The clock, btw is here.. http://www.beach-fitness.com/tabata/
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
18.03.11 01:22:09
Hi everyone!

I'm sorry for kept waiting your so long.

Glad to inform you that our developers have fixed sync issue in AVS Screen Capture!

To solve it please download AVSScreenCapture.exe patch from the attachments, close all AVS applications, run the patch and follow the instructions. When the installation is complete, new updated software components will be installed on your computer. Then run EnableBufferMode.reg file from attached zip archive and try capturing video with AVS Screen Capture. Please inform us about the results.

Looking forward to your feedback.

Best regards.
Posts: 3
Registered: 29.12.2010
21.03.11 10:48:17
To: It solved the sync problem but the resultant video is "jerky" (stalls then jumps to catch up), tried it in screen capture and also launched from video editor, tried it with buffer enable and buffer disable, same result each time.
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
22.03.11 01:27:01
To: tomsf

Hello,

Please check AVS Screen Capture>Settings>Video. Which format is selected there? Try capturing to other formats and see if the same problem persists.

Regards.
Posts: 3
Registered: 29.12.2010
22.03.11 13:57:19
To: Vlad
jerky on all three, best on avi.
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
23.03.11 02:29:43
To: tomsf

It is jerky on preview in AVS Video Editor or in Screen Capture viewer? Please check captured video properties, (right click on a file in Media Library>Properties). Which resolution does it have?

Also, please specify your PC configuration (Operating System, CPU, Ram).
Posts: 2
Registered: 31.03.2011
31.03.11 20:16:46
Hi

Now that the out-of-sync screen capture/audio has been fixed...I am also having problems with the video being jerky (like tomsf). It is jerky on both the AVS Video Editor and Screen Capture viewers.

Here are the captured video properties:
Size: 640 x 364
Aspect Ratio: 160 : 91
Framerate: 15 fps
Bitrate: 18666.451 kbps

Here is my PC configuration:
Windows Vista 32-bit operating system
AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL-60 2.00 GHz
3.00 GB of RAM
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
01.04.11 02:33:13
To: mysimoncat

Hello,

Which format do you capture video to? Try capturing to AVI (AVS Screen Capture>Settings>Video tab). Also, what source do you record? Actions on display or streaming video from internet?

Regards.
Posts: 2
Registered: 31.03.2011
01.04.11 09:53:48
To: Vlad


I have tried changing the format to AVI - the video is still jerky. I was trying to record streaming video.
Posts: 8
Registered: 03.04.2011
04.04.11 06:24:53
I'm have the exact same problem. Does not matter which format you record in.....still out sync.

The audio track did not record all my narrative. It stops about a 1/4 to a 1/3 before the video finishes.

The Screen Capture is the reason a purchased the software.

I know you are working on it, so thank you. Please keep us informed.

I can't complete my tutorials until this is fixed or I buy another problem.

Allen
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
05.04.11 03:09:32
To: H A Carroll

Hello Allen,

Have you tried the fix given in this post?

Regards.
Posts: 8
Registered: 03.04.2011
05.04.11 06:00:00
To: Vlad


Yes! But with the same results.

It there a way to upload a two minute video for you to see the problem?

Thanks,

Allen
Posts: 8
Registered: 03.04.2011
05.04.11 06:16:54
To: H A Carroll


I just thought of a way to show you my tutorial video and audio sync problem.

I can upload the file to my youtube account for a few days for you watch.

One other major problem is that while the audio does not sync with the video, about a 1/3 of the audio
is cut off. Example I narrate for 15 seconds but only 10 seconds will playback.

If agreeable, please let me know the best time to upload to YouTube. I don't want this unusable tutorial online for more than
a day or two.

Thanks,

Allen
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
05.04.11 06:40:00
To: H A Carroll

Allen,

Before uploading the file could you please give more details about the problem:

- which format do you capture video to? Please try capturing to avi and see if the problem persists.

- specify your PC configuration (Operating system, CPU, Ram).

Best regards.
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