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Video Audio out of sync after sharing to DVD from Final Cut Pro X

Posted on 2014-04-25
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I have a client that is having issues with creating DVDs from Final Cut Pro X v. 10.1.1.  In FCP, the video and audio are in sync and working fine.  Once he "shares" it to DVD through the software the video and audio are out of sync.  Any ideas how to fix this?

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John
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We ended up investing in Adobe CC and he was able to find the out of sync section and fix it using Premiere Pro.
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