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Re: What are you thinking about CS6?

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Herb SevushRe: What are you thinking about CS6?
by on May 1, 2012 at 10:33:46 pm

[David Lawrence] "Audio sync markers are there, but they're at the top of my list of things needing improvement. Currently, they only display when linked audio and video are thrown out-of-sync."

How can linked clips get thrown out of sync? Markers are needed only for un-linked elements.

And one of the really great things about Legacy was the way the sync markers could re-sync, with options for how you wanted it done. Invaluable.

It's also crucial to working with multi-cam because your always working with un-linked sources, unless they treat the whole multi-cam clip as a single source, no matter which video angle you've cut too.

Their demo was hopeless on these and many other subjects, although it's not Adobe's fault, the subject is too complex to get the nuances in a demo.

[David Lawrence] "Like FCP, audio and video elements from the same source should always show sync markers if slipped, regardless of whether the elements are linked or not."

Especially if they are not.

[David Lawrence] "The whole paradigm of a separate window and needing to record a multicam session feels off to me."

That's another reason I need to get my hands on it. I'm hoping it's just a silly way to reference something similar to the " open sync" function in the source window of Legacy.

Herb Sevush
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