#1
First off this isn't about recording audio

Ok, basically my normal procedure for uploading youtube videos is I record and mix the song using Cubase. I then film myself playing along to the song with no sound, and I syncronise the two and upload.

Normally it works fine, and comes out like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JbXSqU4qjQ

(Some of you may recognise the above from the UG June guitar competition

Anyway, the next video I did for some reason turned out like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pzPF1RNUb4

For those who can't be bothered to click, basically the audio is fine but the video is very jumpy and shakey.


For the video after that, I carefully checked each stage to find out why the shaking was occuring, and the problem appears to occur during the stage when I syncronise the video and audio.

Now comes the weird bit.

The shakey video problem fixed itself, but another problem introduced itself as you see here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBs78_8nKdY

As you can see (and hear), the video quality is now back to normal but the audio is messed up.


Currently I use Pinnacle VideoSpin to put the audio and video together and up until now it has been fine. Windows Movie Maker is a piece of crap that crashes every time I use it, which is why I use VideoSpin instead.

Can anyone answer any of these questions for me:
Why did the video go weird and then fix itself?
Why did the audio go weird?
Anyone know any other software that will do what I need it to do?

And as a side note, anyone know how I can do videos with multiple videos in one?
Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=el4NHQGcbTg

Sorry about the wall of information, I would be grateful for any help. Thanks
#2
I think it's just a youtube error try to reupload it and check what happens.

* I havent read the whole story so sorry if you already tried that.
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#3
Quote by niels-uiterwaal
I think it's just a youtube error try to reupload it and check what happens.

* I havent read the whole story so sorry if you already tried that.


It's the actual file that's messed up, I viewed the video before uploading and the sound quality was odd. I tried a bunch of stuff but it didn't help so I just went ahead and uploaded it.
#6
Quote by 666WildChild666
I have sony vegas. It's perfect. You could try Adobe Premier to but I prefer Vegas. Take a look for some cheaper editors here: http://video-editing-software-review.toptenreviews.com/ don't expect to find really good free software. You won't.


Cheers