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If the music track is identical to the music in the vocal+music track, then you could invert the phase of the music track and mix it with the combined track, which (algebraically, at least) is the same as subtracting it from the v+m track. You may find that some additional compression, level shifting or EQ was done to the v+m track, which would make the ...
Youtube generally reencodes all videos you upload to youtube to ensure compatibility across various platforms and to provide smaller versions of the videos for users with slow internet connections. So yes, both the video and the audio stream of your video file will be compressed and reencoded when you upload it. If someone uses a third party tool to download ...
No that wouldnt work because the frame rate was being interpreted incorrectly causing the video to be half the length of the audio. And trying to fix the interpretation of the video only slowed down the audio. It was weird. I had to reencode the files and then edit. For future reference in Media Express make sure the capture format is set to progressive.
Checkout: Lightworks (free with some limitations) Adobe Premiere elements (about 100$) Blackmagic da-vinci resolve (free - but with steep learning curve and heavy systems requirements)
If the audio differs by the video at a constant offset, you can just unlink them in Premiere and then move the audio in the correct segment. If the audio differs at a variable offset, then process the audio with adobe audition or something similar and make it match the video.
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