Malkovich wrote:Thanks you so much for a proper technical support. Just to be clear it's sarcasm.
This was not needed... This is not a place for Technical Support, it is only a forum for peers ('other users like you') to try and help each other out, if and when they can... The developers come by as they are able to, which is nice.
As for your issue, it seems that the problem is with Premiere and how it is handling the video, since it was recorded ok, plays back ok (not losing sync, etc) and Bandicam seems to be compiling the video file without issues.
Premiere is very picky when it comes to Variable Frame Rate recordings and does not like very many codecs... Have you tried the file in another video editing program? Something simpler like Avidemux, Virtualdub, etc. Anything, really. Windows Movie Maker, even?
Have you tried different codecs, to see which ones are giving trouble, and which ones work ok? What other things have you tried? What are your system specs? Much more information could be included here, and would be very helpful.
The actual Support Area at Bandicam.com states to try the "Premiere" setting (which uses MotionJPEG codec and PCM Audio (which is very lightly compressed - so much so that it is called "Uncompressed"). What are your results with long recordings when you try that?