Audio and video are out of sync in Premiere Pro CS5

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I have software for editing Audios and videos which is Premiere Pro CS5.

I have however been having a problem with it. This is because the audio and video are always out of sync. On importing recorded basketball games and other events including birthdays and weddings into Premiere Pro CS5 so as to edit them, I realized that the audio and video are no longer in sync.

The cheering and clapping after the score in the basketball game is about two seconds late. The view is very disappointing. After checking, I found out that the audio and video on both the camera and hard disk drive are actually in sync. I have had no problem with the many Adobe products that I have used.

Although I have the option of going back to using CS 4, I prefer using a 64-bit program because I have a new 64-bit machine. Does anyone have any idea about the solution to this problem?

Please let me know how I can go about fixing it.

Your help will be greatly appreciated.


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Audio and video are out of sync in Premiere Pro CS5


Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 system requirements:

  • Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Phenom II or faster processor that supports 64-bit
  • Windows Vista Home Premium/Business/Ultimate/Enterprise Service Pack 1 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit
  • 2 GB RAM or more recommended
  • 10 GB hard disk space
  • 1280 x 900 screen resolution
  • Video card with OpenGL 2.0
  • ASIO protocol-compatible sound card
  • Compatible dual-layer DVD drive
  • QuickTime 7.6.2
  • Adobe Flash Player 10

Adobe CS4 system requirements:

  • Pentium 1.8GHz or faster processor
  • Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista
  • 512 MB RAM or higher recommended
  • 10 GB hard disk space
  • Video card with Shader Model 3.0 and OpenGL 2.0
  • QuickTime 7.2
  • DVD drive

If you have previously used Adobe CS4, its hardware requirements is quite lower compared to Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5. If you haven’t read yet Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5’s system specifications, you can check it above.

See if your 64-bit machine is very much compatible with what it requires or you need to upgrade something so that your problem with out-of-sync audio and video can be resolved. Editing videos eat a lot of RAM.

So if you think your computer’s processor is fast enough, you need to have plenty of RAM so that it will not be a burden for the processor when processing the video.

This will avoid out-of-sync parts.

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