Well then, you don’t have a


Well then, you don’t have a lot of options. I just read elsewhere that one user changed his file extension from mp4 to mov and it worked. Another user tried a product called handbrake. I’ve never used handbrake but I have change a file extension and it worked for a different problem.
This is what I’d try next.
1. If the audio is visibly (on the timeline) longer than the video, I would ‘unlink’ (right click on video file) and then hover the mouse over the video to determine it’s length and then right click on audio, select duration, and enter the same time value as the video. If that didn’t work….
2.Try it the other way, stretch the video using the ‘duration’ feature. If that didn’t work…
3. I’d try a little slicing and dicing of the quiet sections to line up the audio. If that’s too much work…
4. Download a trial version of Sony Vegas to determine if the option mentioned above will work for you. If that’s too much of a hassle…
5. Let us know how it goes. Each time you post more people look at your problem. Although it seems impossible that the two can go out of sync, it does happen and it’s a miserable issue to deal with.

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