How to Fixed Elgato HD60s Audio Out of Sync and Delay

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Looking for the best Video Game Recorder is not an easy task and one of the best game recorder is the HD60s, because of it’s features that you can record your gameplay on separate computer. This feature will maintain and preserve the FPS of your game and not consuming the processing power of your main rig. But there is a problem when you tried recording hours of gameplay, Elgato seems doesn’t properly sync the audio when you’re recording a long video. This leads to 1 to 3 seconds of delay when the video is being played or exported in your favorite video editor.

My suspect to this problem is that this problem only happens in 60 fps recording and the 30 fps recording has no problem at all. Why? because most recording tools doesn’t match the 60 fps of video and sample rate of audio and Elgato maybe missed this problem and haven’t yet fixed it. This lead to problem producing the video a milliseconds differences will have severe outcome when you’re recording hours of gameplay.

In order to fixed the out of tune or out of sync of your recording you have to edit the audio of your videos. Check our instruction below on how to fix on your favorite video editing program. Will cover the fixing in Adobe Premier and Adobe After Effect.

How to Fixed Elgato HD60s Audio Out of Sync (Adobe Premier)

  1. Import your video files to your Adobe Premier Project
  2. In the timeline, right click your video and click Unlink
  3. Now on the audio track of your video, right click on it and click Speed/Duration
  4. Change the value to 99.7%
  5. Lastly, move the audio of your video to +

How to Fixed Elgato HD60s Audio Out of Sync (Adobe After Effect)

  1. Import your video files to your Adobe After Effect timeline.
  2. In the time
  3. Change the audio track speed to 99.7%
  4. move the audio sound track to +55milliseconds or +

You may also apply this solution to other video editing program just look for editing video speed and change it to 99.7% and move the audio for +5 milliseconds. The audio and video should be sync now and you can now enjoy editing your hardwork gameplay.

About my specs, I am using MacBook Pro 15inch, 16GB of RAM and 4GB VRAM to record my gameplay. My main rig is i7 7700K 4.20GHz, 32GB of RAM and GTX 1080 Ti graphics card.


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