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Lots of people at the LetsPlay subreddit were talking about how their audio was having sync problems. Their audio doesn’t sync with their video well. This video is here to help you, and show you how to fix audio desync in the YouTube videos that you’re creating. I hope that utilizing this workflow instead will allow you to spend more time gaming and less time encoding.
Remember, all of this is dependent on you using a CONSTANT FRAME RATE in OBS. Do not use Variable. It’s OKAY to use VBR (Variable Bit Rate) – that has nothing to do with sync.
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