I have been working on a movie in Blender’s Video Sequence Editor. However, I am experiencing that the video is delayed in the final render in comparison to what I see in the VSE. This means my audio goes out of sync. I need you to help me confirm that you experience the same issue too.
-> Download this zip file.
-> Unzip the files and open the *.blend file.
-> Render the animation in any file format.
-> Use Shift+A to import the rendered animation into the Blender VSE again.
-> Press Shift+Left Arrow & Shift+S. And make sure the rendered video is on top of the other.
-> At this point the rendered video and the original video’s frames should be identical. Go to frame 2343.
-> Observe the Playback screen as you select the rendered video and presss H to hide it.
Is the picture identical to you? Because it is not to me. When I hide the rendered video, the picture changes. The rendered video has not reached the same point of time as the video in the VSE and I am clueless as to why this happens. Help is appreciated!
Please reply to me with your results. If you know how I can fix this problem, then please tell me. But to me it looks like some sort of bug.
In advance, thank you so much for helping me out.
Frame 2175 Render = 2238 VSE (Diff 63), Frame 2312 Render = 2444 VSE (Diff 132)
Tested 2.60r41098: The rendered video is identical to the VSE here.
Tested 2.63r45966: The rendered video is identical to the VSE.
Tested 2.64r51026: The rendered video is identical to the VSE.
Tested 2.65r1377: Rendered video is not identical.
Tested 2.65r53916: Rendered video is not identical.
Looks like a regression to me.
EDIT: Submitted a bug report.