You tube videos has out of sync audio


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When copy the link to a Youtube video and upload it to Facebook.....the audio and video can be out of sync by about 30 seconds....
If I watch the video on youtube it is out of sync...
If I download the video to my pc it is out of sync...

I have gone thru a number of possible corrections...none of them work....
Youtube does NOT respond to my complaints about the out of sync situation...

The video is out of sync on the Youtube servers....therefor it is out of sync on everyones computer....
This is the specific video...

Anyone have any ideas on how to fix this.....or if it's even possible...

Thanks
Steve
 
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Not a solution but as a diagnostic do you get the same issue when playing a commercial movie DVD on your computer?
 
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Bighorn.....I do NOT get the same issue with DVD's on my PC.....
Let me explain again....I don;t think I did a very good job....

The attached file is the exact video we are having problems with....
We paste the youtube link to this video into my FB page......and the out of sync appears
exactly like you see in the video in my original post....

My thought is as this video sits on youtube servers.....it is out of sync.....

So I downloaded the video to my pc and have been searching for possible ways to correct the out of sync audio
which is at about 30 seconds......a HUGE sync issue......

I thought if I could fix the sync issue then I would delete the video out of youtube.......and upload the repaired video back to youtube...

BUT so far I have not been able to fix it.....

Thanks for your response...
 
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Only time I've seen issues with downloads since back in Dial-Up Internet Service had been with Torrent where parts of a file were obtained from different sources then put together, haven't used that in a couple decades.
 

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