Audio Sync Issue

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    • #79726
      Avatarabmedina
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      Hello Eveyone,

       

      I like to know if someone can recommend a good audio sync software.

      I have a problem where I am editing a music video and some of the clips are out of sync with the audio.

      I did everything right on the set of video. For the audio I had performer perform full song for every scene. But it's not syncing up in post. In my previous videos i never had this problem.Please give me any suggestions.

    • #210763
      Avatarhal9000
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      If you're recording on a separate device and it records digitally, then you shoudn't have any problems syncing up the audio. Once you sync up the audio (you will have to sync it up initially because the video and audio files may have started at different times which is why they use slates, or clapboards, in film) it will stay in sync for the remainder of the shot. If you're recording in analog and it gets out of sync after a period, then you'll have to sync each individual shot and cut away before it gets out of sync again. The only other problem you might be having, though remote, is if your camera is recording at one speed (e.g. 24fps) and your editor is playing it at another (30fps). Hope this was of some help.

       

      Will

    • #210790
      AvatarHowardRobinson
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      I understand your problem. For synchronize an audio file with your video clip you can use Video Audio Sync Fixer software. This software can be used to adjust audio and video. You can get this product from Google easily. This is a good quality software and I hope it will work for you.

    • #211171
      AvatarRyan_Petrus
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      **For sync up multiple camera angles, I’d suggest trying out PluralEyes (http://pluraleyes.com).
      And if you’re just shooting on 1 camera, check out DreamSync (http://dreamsyncapp.com). It’s not as cumbersome or expensive as PluralEyes and gets the job done for smaller quick projects.

      **There’s acutally an app called DreamSync, a standalone application that’s built for the novice user as well as professionals. It syncs your footage and audio into one single clip so that it can then be imported into applications like iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut X, or any other editing suite.

      The DreamSync Blog


      Both apps are effective depending on your editing workflow and how much (or little) time you want to dedicate to learning another interface for syncing audio/video footage.

    • #211172
      AvatarRyan_Petrus
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      **For sync up multiple camera angles, I’d suggest trying out PluralEyes (http://pluraleyes.com).
      And if you’re just shooting on 1 camera, check out DreamSync (http://dreamsyncapp.com). It’s not as cumbersome or expensive as PluralEyes and gets the job done for smaller quick projects.

      **There’s acutally an app called DreamSync, a standalone application that’s built for the novice user as well as professionals. It syncs your footage and audio into one single clip so that it can then be imported into applications like iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut X, or any other editing suite.

      The DreamSync Blog


      Both apps are effective depending on your editing workflow and how much (or little) time you want to dedicate to learning another interface for syncing audio/video footage.

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