Author Topic: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording  (Read 3711 times)

DarkShadowRage

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Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« on: January 05, 2016, 07:53:10 am »
I'm running an i7-4790k at 4.0ghz i have a GTX970, and 16gigs of ram and windows 7, this never used to happen before, it only started happening when i Upgraded my CPU and motherboard. Here is the environment report.

The video will start off in sync then the longer it goes when it starts hitting the 7 min mark it slowly starts desyncing being seconds off the feed.
Please help me out here:

[Dxtory]
Version: 2.0.133
UID: c6b24bb9-fa54-452d-9769-f93b83febb23

[Dxtory Files]
InstallPath: C:\Program Files (x86)\ExKode\Dxtory2.0
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[System Information]
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00GHz
CPU Instruction Set: MMX SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSSE3 SSE4.1 SSE4.2 AVX AVX2 FMA3 AES
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium  x64
OSVersion: 6.1.7601
OSLanguage: 1033
ServicePack: Service Pack 1
Memory0: BANK 1 8,589,934,592 bytes
Memory1: BANK 3 8,589,934,592 bytes
TotalMemory: 17,179,869,184 bytes
Total Physical Memory: 17,116,999,680 bytes
Available Physical Memory: 9,284,444,160 bytes
Total Page File: 34,232,119,296 bytes
Available Page File: 25,059,704,832 bytes
Total Virtual Memory: 2,147,352,576 bytes
Available Virtual Memory: 1,768,849,408 bytes
PerformanceCounterFrequency: 3908613 (0x3BA405)
VideoCard: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 Memory: 4,293,918,720 Processor: GeForce GTX 970 DriverVer: 10.18.13.6143 DriverDate: 2015-12-15 18-00-00
Display0: 1600x900 32bits 60Hz
Display1: 1600x900 32bits 60Hz
SoundDevice: USB Audio Device Manufacturer: (Generic USB Audio)
SoundDevice: NVIDIA High Definition Audio Manufacturer: NVIDIA
SoundDevice: High Definition Audio Device Manufacturer: Microsoft
SoundDevice: NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (Wave Extensible) (WDM) Manufacturer: NVIDIA

[NVIDIA Info]
NVDriver: 361.43 r361_40
GPU0: GeForce GTX 970 Memory: 4096MB MemoryClock: 3505MHz BaseClock: 1178MHz BoostClock: 1329MHz

[Audio Device]
Speakers (High Definition Audio Device) - CoreAudioOut
Microphone (Samson Meteorite Mic) - CoreAudioIn, Volume 1

[Video Codec 64bit]
Intel IYUV codec FCC:iyuv
Intel IYUV codec FCC:i420
Lagarith Lossless Codec FCC:lags
Microsoft RLE FCC:mrle
Microsoft Video 1 FCC:msvc
UtVideo Pro YUV422 10bit VCM FCC:uqy2
UtVideo RGB VCM FCC:ulrg
UtVideo RGBA VCM FCC:ulra
UtVideo YUV420 BT.601 VCM FCC:uly0
UtVideo YUV420 BT.709 VCM FCC:ulh0
UtVideo YUV422 BT.601 VCM FCC:uly2
UtVideo YUV422 BT.709 VCM FCC:ulh2

[Video Codec 32bit]
Cinepak Codec by Radius FCC:cvid
ffdshow Video Codec FCC:ffds
Intel IYUV codec FCC:iyuv
Intel IYUV codec FCC:i420
Lagarith Lossless Codec FCC:lags
Microsoft RLE FCC:mrle
Microsoft Video 1 FCC:msvc
UtVideo Pro YUV422 10bit VCM FCC:uqy2
UtVideo RGB VCM FCC:ulrg
UtVideo RGBA VCM FCC:ulra
UtVideo YUV420 BT.601 VCM FCC:uly0
UtVideo YUV420 BT.709 VCM FCC:ulh0
UtVideo YUV422 BT.601 VCM FCC:uly2
UtVideo YUV422 BT.709 VCM FCC:ulh2

[Audio Codec]
Microsoft IMA ADPCM
Microsoft CCITT G.711
Microsoft GSM 6.10
MS-ADPCM
PCM
IEEE Float

[License Information]
License: Registered
Expire: Unlimited
LicVerify: ab43902c71dbda04538850396b76f9a56fcd90c1

[Additional Information]
Dxtory_log.txt: Empty
ErrorLog.txt: Empty

[Global Setting]
OptionFlag=SharedJavaProfile

[Ignore List]

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[Profile]
Name: Default
Path:

[Overlay]
Option: Right Top VidoeFPS WriteFileFPS RecordState
Color: Sleep FF00FF00, Active FFFF0000, Movie  FF00FF00, ScreenShot FF00FF00

[Folder]
x F:\Dxtory Output  Speed: 93MB/sec  Free: 555,865,010,176 Total: 627,133,218,816 Format: NTFS
SSFolder:

[HotKey]
MovieCapture: \ (0x0000002B)
PushToTalk: None
ScreenShotSingle: F11 (0x00000057)
ScreenShotRepeat: None
ScreenShotAuto: None
ToggleStatus: None
MovieCaptureFrame: None
ScreenShotCaptureFrame: None

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Percent 100% 0x0
Codec: Lagarith Lossless Codec, Quality 10000, KeyFrameRate 15, DataRate 0
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor SyncFPS

[Audio0]
Enabled: True
PushToTalk: False
Device: Speakers (High Definition Audio Device)
Codec: PCM
Format: PCM 44100 Hz, 16 bit, Stereo

[Audio1]
Enabled: True
PushToTalk: False
Device: Microphone (Samson Meteorite Mic)
Codec: PCM
Format: PCM 48000 Hz, 16 bit, Stereo

[ScreenShot]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Percent 100% 0x0
HighSpeedLimit: 0
RepeatInterval: 1000
Format: PNG
JpegQuality: 97
Option:

[Advanced]
DataProcessingOption: SyncLock WaitForBuffer
HookOption:
ThreadCount: 1
ThreadMask: 00000000000000FF
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: Jedi Knight 2
Path: E:\Steam\steamapps\common\Jedi Outcast\GameData\jk2sp.exe

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2016/01/04 13:53:03
Version: 2.0.133
DeviceType: GL DX7
View0.Type=GL
View0.Version=4.5
View0.Size=1280x720
View0.HWND=0x006B14EE
View0.WindowTitle=Jedi Knight 2
View0.ClassName=Jedi Knight 2

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[Profile]
Name: Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast MP
Path: E:\Steam\steamapps\common\Jedi Outcast\GameData\jk2mp.exe

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2016/01/04 11:28:03
Version: 2.0.133
DeviceType: GL DX7
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View0.Version=4.5
View0.Size=640x480
View0.HWND=0x0038111A
View0.WindowTitle=Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast MP
View0.ClassName=Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast MP

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[Profile]
Name: Jedi Knight®: Jedi Academy (MP)
Path: E:\Steam\steamapps\common\Jedi Academy\GameData\jamp.exe

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2016/01/04 16:28:00
Version: 2.0.133
DeviceType: GL DX7
View0.Type=GL
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View0.Size=1600x900
View0.HWND=0x0055078C
View0.WindowTitle=Jedi Knight®: Jedi Academy (MP)
View0.ClassName=Jedi Knight®: Jedi Academy (MP)

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[Profile]
Name: SEGA - Sonic Generations
Path: E:\Steam\steamapps\common\Sonic Generations\SonicGenerations.exe

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Version: 2.0.133
DeviceType: DX9
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Tymorafarr

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2016, 12:27:21 pm »
Try using more of your processing threads.

DarkShadowRage

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2016, 12:41:55 pm »
Try using more of your processing threads.

I have it set to use all 8 threads, well I have been.

DarkShadowRage

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #3 on: January 06, 2016, 04:53:39 am »
There is like no reason the audio should go out of sync, it never used to do this, is there any solution at all?

Tymorafarr

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #4 on: January 06, 2016, 02:25:38 pm »
There might be a slightly more tedious solution. You can try using Handbrake to re-render it into a lossless file from the raw file. With the option Constant Frame Rate turned on instead of Variable.

DarkShadowRage

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #5 on: January 06, 2016, 09:40:32 pm »
There might be a slightly more tedious solution. You can try using Handbrake to re-render it into a lossless file from the raw file. With the option Constant Frame Rate turned on instead of Variable.

It wont matter if I do that, I render my videos out in sony vegas however if the audio is desync in the AVI it will be desync forever unless i realign it in sony vegas and that's a pain in the ass. It never used to go out of sync, come on now there has to be a better fix this NEVER used to happen.

chronosek

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2016, 05:06:44 pm »
I see from log that you are using lagarith? some users found out that with lastest version dxtory lagarith codec working wrong (it use null frames even if it is not checked, and editing programs like sony vegas can not decode it properly doing desync, and i did some tests too it never archieve 60 fps). Try use UTVideo for now, i see  you have installed it too.
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DarkShadowRage

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2016, 10:37:39 pm »
I see from log that you are using lagarith? some users found out that with lastest version dxtory lagarith codec working wrong (it use null frames even if it is not checked, and editing programs like sony vegas can not decode it properly doing desync, and i did some tests too it never archieve 60 fps). Try use UTVideo for now, i see  you have installed it too.

Would it be fixed if I reverted back to an older version of lagarith?

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #8 on: January 10, 2016, 08:27:31 am »
Would it be fixed if I reverted back to an older version of lagarith?

I doubt, lastest version of lagarith is 5 years old, and this version was working with older version dxtory, so lastest dxtory version have problem.
But why you not want use UTVideo (RGB or YUV420)? It is lossless too, free too, have the same compression, using less resources, you should change lagarith to utvideo, utvideo working great with this version of dxtory
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DarkShadowRage

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #9 on: January 10, 2016, 08:45:46 am »
that's the thing, I did try out UT video, and i got the same desync issue with that as well.

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #10 on: January 10, 2016, 07:53:39 pm »
What audio codec do you use? Just use PCM and don't use mp3 or other compression codecs.

Also one more reason of desyncs is your recording setting doesn't match with the format.

Go to you control panel and make sure that your default playback device and recording device are set equal to your dxtory settings on audio.

I.E: If your speakers are set to 2 channel, 24bit, 48000Hz, then match it to dxtory settings. Same with recording device

DarkShadowRage

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #11 on: January 10, 2016, 10:42:34 pm »
What audio codec do you use? Just use PCM and don't use mp3 or other compression codecs.

Also one more reason of desyncs is your recording setting doesn't match with the format.

Go to you control panel and make sure that your default playback device and recording device are set equal to your dxtory settings on audio.

I.E: If your speakers are set to 2 channel, 24bit, 48000Hz, then match it to dxtory settings. Same with recording device

Yeah I use PCM, but i'll check the other settings!, I just noticed my speaker settings were off from what I put it on dxtory, if this really was the issue this whole time i'm gonna feel like the biggest moron ever lol.
« Last Edit: January 10, 2016, 10:45:35 pm by DarkShadowRage »

DarkShadowRage

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #12 on: January 11, 2016, 03:45:09 am »
after setting my sounds settings to match Dxtory it's still off by half a second.

also putting it in sony vegas as always i notice my audio is ahead of the video at the end and it looks like this, even though it's desynced anyway in the avi.

« Last Edit: January 11, 2016, 03:48:58 am by DarkShadowRage »

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Re: Audio goes out of sync after 7 minutes of recording
« Reply #13 on: January 11, 2016, 09:43:39 am »
I finally FIXED IT! the issue was the fact i didn't update my new motherboards audio drivers syncing issues BE GONE!