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micheal youssef
sync problem
on Jan 10, 2014 at 10:13:28 am

i already work in feature documentary which shoot by sony fs100 and we recored sound on zoom device
i'm use log and transfer in final cut to convert videos to apple proress proxy and then sync it using pluraleys2 and it was ok suddenly at once de-sync problems appear the clips begun synced and then de-sync in the middle of it i was think that because different frequency rate between camera and zoom but it happened when both camera and zoom in the same frequency rate 48khz i try to use plurleyes3 and import XML and nothing happened any one can help me in this problem

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John Fishback
Re: sync problem
on Jan 10, 2014 at 4:56:10 pm

Losing sync can happen with long takes. The timing bewteen the camera and audio recorder is almost always different so after a while they drift apart. The way to avoid that is to sync your timecode while shooting to the video camera's video signal. A Timecode Buddy can do this for you as well as other tc devices. In your case since you've already shot, I suggest breaking your tracks apart where the sync goes bad and re-sync. Keep doing that all through the program.


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