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    Bryan Colvin commented  · 

    Also I tested with resolve 15 beta. Another person reported back that resolve 14.3 did not chop the first frame and did habe audio drift. Seemingly mp4 h264 codec is throwing devs for a loop!

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    Bryan Colvin commented  · 

    Yes it seems to only be when using compressed audio codecs like AAC. And I think Kyle meant "muxing" not mixing. **** auto correct! I did a test converting an mxf op1a to mp4 using AME and resolve. BOTH chop off the first frame, but AME export is shifting the audio sync. Resolve also chopped the first frame but kept audio sync in tact. Main gripe is the drifting audio, confiming approx 500 samples off, but a 2ndary gripe is it cutting off the first frame. I don't use mp4s for reference files but somepeople do, and that effectively shifts the timecode by one frame unless you do a proper timecode burn in to truly reference. Until this gets resolved I have to resort to resolve lol.

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