Join Jeff I. Greenberg for an in-depth discussion in this video Baking in sync, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: Sync Sound Workflow.
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- I hope you've seen so far how we can make this…a fairly tidy project, with key wording…and key word lists, smart collections,…but you may find that it's just cleaner…not to have the other pieces visible.…You may want to build them for yourself.…You may want to build them for future projects,…where you're going to reuse that material with Sync Sound,…and you just don't want to have to deal with…all the little pieces.…To do so, we call it baking it in,…and I'm going to show you how to do it…two quick little ways here with Final Cut 10.…
Final Cut 10, sadly, doesn't have a batch capability.…We're going to have to work around that.…I have here on my system, a smart collection…called Baking in Sync.…It has all of my sync clips built into it.…I can take any one individual clip,…and say File Menu, Share,…Master File,…and this'll build the ProRes version of that file.…So I'm going to say Master File here,…I'll go over to Settings.…It's building with video and audio ProRes 422.…
This is a high quality.…It's not going to do any damage…
Luckily, Final Cut Pro X has amazing ability to sync your media—and it gets even better when you incorporate the powerful third-party plugin PluralEyes. This course will help you quickly master the nuances of this workflow, save time, and get the best results when syncing media in Final Cut Pro.
- Syncing clips based on audio and markers
- Cleaning up sound in the Inspector
- Fixing syncing in complex clips
- Adding metadata
- Organizing sync clips
- Performing multicam syncs
- Syncing clips in PluralEyes