Synching Audio from Multiple Clips

Synching Audio from Multiple Clips

By Maliek Whitaker

Learn how to sync the audio of one clip to another, by making manual edits in the timeline or using the multi-camera editor. Most people need to sync audio when they are using an external audio recorder to capture their sound. When you have external audio and scratch audio from your camera you can match up the audio waveform to get the audio from both clips aligned. Others need to sync the audio from multiple clips in order to make l cuts and j cuts and keep the audio from multiple clips in sync.In this tutorial, Pinnacle Studio Pro Maliek shows you two different ways to sync your audio, by using the multi-camera editor or by making manual adjustments in the timeline.

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Comments (2)

  • Craig Reply

    Great lessons. Can you direct me to a tutorial regarding inserting a clip on a track and automatically adjusting all the other tracks to follow? Thank you

    February 13, 2018 at 6:40 pm
    • Adam Reply

      Hello Craig,

      We don’t have a tutorial that quite touches on this particular technique just yet, but thank you for the suggestion! We have passed it on to the Pinnacle team for their consideration.

      Discovery Center Team

      February 14, 2018 at 7:15 pm

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