Clip Speed Ruins Audio

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Hello,

I have a sped up clip on Track1 at 1000% and on Track3 and Track4 I have audio (music and voice).

I would think that only the Track1 clip would be sped up and not affect Track3 and Track4. Because of my clip speed, the audio is all glitchy and whacky.



Is there a way to prevent clip speed from affecting audio?
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Alex

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Hello,

I'd think that with only one track highlighted that would be the ONLY track affected. Were all of the tracks highlighted (selected) when you changed the clip speed? Is the track 1 recording trec clip or AVI? A trec clip is audio and video together but these can be split if need be.

Also there is an option to 'lock' each track on the far left (by "Track 1" etc.) so that changes are prevented from occurring on them.


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Hi,

Thanks for the reply. Only the increased clip speed track was selected (Track1) when increasing the percentage. The track1 recording is a trec clip. However, when recording I was not recording any audio for the .trec file.

This is why I find it odd. The other tracks have not been tinkered with when it comes to speed. 
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I've never run into this in my strictly AVI process. It really depends on how much time you've got to experiment;  if you just need to get this done perhaps 1) Undo the clip speed, 2) lock the other tracks and then 3) re-apply the clip speed change.
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I have tried your suggestion and unfortunately I still have the same result.

However, the glitching only occurs in design mode. When I render my video to MP4, the audio glitching does disappears and functions as desired.

Thank you for your help!
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AHA! Then the program is actually functioning correctly and if there is a bug,  it is within the "design" mode.
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I just built a test project that looked like your image; I could not reproduce your issue; audio played fine
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I used to get this in Cam 8, it obviously takes up a lot of the processor to preview it.  It has never bothered me though because it was always OK when I rendered.