Syncing Double-System Audio After Clips are Edited in Final Cut Pro [v]

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Normally, double-system sound needs to be synced before you start editing. But, if that’s not possible, Larry Jordan presents a way to sync clips after they are edited into the timeline.


Syncing Double-System Audio After Clips are Edited in Final Cut Pro

TRT: 6:28 — MPEG-4 HD movie



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