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Originally Posted by Leon Dota
Maybe you could help me then?
Every time I record using iMovie '11, the audio and video de-synchs over time, making it rather impossible to fix. Have you experienced this? Mine's version 9.0.8
Oh you're recording with iMovie? I'm not too sure then since I recorded my video with a digital camera (except for the first part in which I added the Boom Pro Mic audio track over the video's audio). I usually don't record video with the built-in iSight camera since its resolution isn't so great (I'm using a 2008 MacBook), but a quick Google search of "imovie audio desync record" shows a bunch of hits for that problem (right now the Apple discussion forums are conveniently "out of order").
You can try right-clicking on the video track, detaching the audio, and then moving the audio track. You can split the audio track too so if it de-syncs half-way through your video, you can try to split it there and reposition it to re-sync it.
I'm using iMovie version 9.0.4.
I did a quick test of trying to record a video in Photo Booth, importing it into iMovie, and comparing it to just recording in iMovie and it looks like you get a lower frame-rate with just Photo Booth, so you can rule that option out.
....not awkward at all.
Originally Posted by DarthUnnamed
So, apparently these are some of the best ~$300 portable headphones out there now. Is it true? Or is there another pair of headphones for the price that competes?
Well subjective preferences always play a role. Of course it's arguable that someone will say the new Ear Pods sound better than the M-100's.
From my experience, the M-100 is one of the best headphones I've ever tried. I prefer its sound over the HD650, and pretty much any other < $1000 headphone for regular, every-day use. It's not a perfect headphone by any means, but from the headphones I've heard, it's easily one of the best.
Edited by miceblue - 11/11/12 at 11:46pm