For those of you who may process dailies with Resolve, lets say my timecode is off two frames. Is there any way to offset a collection of synced clips (synced by using the "Auto-Sync Audio Based On Timecode" command) or am I forced to outlandishly select one clip at a time, unlock sync, type +2, and relock?
The manual mentions "Edit > Slip Audio/Eye > Slip Audio One Frame Forward/Reverse" but I assume this is per clip as well? And probably not reasonable if sync is, say, a consistent >3 seconds off (>100 frames).
I'm coming from Assimilate Scratch Lab where offsets are easy to do in a bulk fashion but I'm considering Resolve because output is faster and wouldn't mind the fact I can slap Resolve Lite on a few more of my machines. I'm also not terribly pleased with some bugs in Scratch 7 around C300 footage at the moment either.