So I made a video like normal on my youtube channel. 30fps 1080p. I sped up some clips added some audio etc. I have been using shortcut for about 6 months now and never had this issue. This is what the log said:
[AVIOContext @ 000000000c241bc0] Statistics: 35306116 bytes read, 4 seeks
The source audio appears to be 480 Hz, which looks more like corruption than good audio. Are you able to hear audio if you play “Minecraft 20w07a - Singleplayer 2020-02-17 14-23-08.mp4” directly in a media player? If not, a corrupt audio track is probably the issue. If you’re familiar with FFmpeg, there might be the option of separating the video track from the audio track so that the video could at least be salvaged.
Oh wow I wasn’t expecting a response. Thankyou all for your help. I will go through and try everything. My pc has 8gb of ddr4. The audio of the video appeared to be working when I played it and yes I am updated to the latest version. I’ll try exporting a normal video. But yeah Thanks again.
It might be because I sped up the clip so much that my audio drivers couldn’t handle it. I look into fixing the audio. Also when I tryed rendering a video in a completely different project it worked perfectly so I think it is the audio that’s the issue.