I've ran into a bit of trouble. I have 20-minute clips of the film I'm working on, exported by the director (who is also the picture editor). I've also got audio separated on 3 tracks, again directly exported from Vegas.
Now, what happens is that they don't match up perfectly. I've tried looking at it in both Pro Tools and Reaper, the result is baffling.
In Reaper, the audio track is shorter than the video+audio track (Reaper combines video + audio on 1 track).
In Pro Tools, which puts the original's audio on a separate track, the original audio is far longer than the video, while the exported audio is shorter than the video. What's happening here? It's an MP4 file, 25 frames per sec.
Here's a screenshot in PT: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/48858350/len/video-len.png
Here's a screenshot in REAPER: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/48858350/len/video-length.JPG
This is what GSpot has to say about the video file: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/48858350/len/gspot.PNG
My sample rate matches up, all files are 48 kHz. The sessions I'm importing in are 48 kHz. I've tried playing with Pro Tools Pull up/down setting, seems like it's not that.
I'm stumped! Could it be some kind of encoding problem on the director's side?
Thanks, I appreciate your time and help a lot!