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etrust
04-14-2011, 07:34 AM
Hi Guys,

for music videos would be fantastic to syncronize all tracks with the master audio track automatically..

Is that possible? I would go to the church if there is a solution :=)

daihard
04-14-2011, 07:53 AM
PluralEyes will do it. Works pretty solid for the most part. We use it to sync our wedding videos with the mic outputs and in camera audio.
http://www.singularsoftware.com/pluraleyes.html

Dai-Lon Weiss
http://www.dailonweiss.com/
http://www.kristinaweiss.com/Magyar/

Panasonic GH2
Nikon D700
iMac i7

etrust
04-14-2011, 08:17 AM
OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!! Downloading and testing.....

Is there also a software that split my music video (all tracks) every 2 seconds for example automatically and delete the splitted parts ramdomly???

That would be fantastic. I would run the application and go to the church. When I will be back the video is ready FULL AUTOMATION.

daihard
04-14-2011, 09:34 AM
Basically, I place the full "Master" track below all the other audio.
Keep each camera on a sperate track as well, they can overlap though. The program will match each camera to the master track and move it over matching the master audio timeline.
It wont delete items though, but you get a neatly sorted timeline.
If your having trouble, or long "sorting" times, separate the project into 2 parts...sync and then you can put them all back together on 1 timeline.
Typically, we have 3 cameras plus a crane. I place the master audio below everything and sync each camera to the same master audio individually, then I put everything together at the end.

Dai-Lon Weiss
http://www.dailonweiss.com/
http://www.kristinaweiss.com/Magyar/

Panasonic GH2
Nikon D700
iMac i7

Subhadip
04-15-2011, 01:50 AM
How about using Multicamera Editing and syncing all 3 cameras into one clip and having 1 master audio? Group them up so they stay in sync. In that way you have only two tracks. It's very convenient. You can at any time split the single multicamera track into its individual components, if you so desire, and back again.