Join Jeff I. Greenberg for an in-depth discussion in this video Sending media to PluralEyes in a timeline from Final Cut Pro X, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: Sync Sound Workflow.
- XML, Extensible Markup Language, gives a great capability…of Final Cut Pro to talk to other tools…including PluralEyes.…Let's take a look at how that works.…Final Cut X and PluralEyes can work hand in hand,…and they can do it via XML.…Before we go ahead and export XML though,…the real key ingredient is to put our clip…on a timeline with its audio.…So I'm just going to grab this clip.…I'm going to drag it directly to the timeline.…Alternatively I could have hit the letter e for append.…
I'm going to grab the audio that matches with it,…and just drag it underneath, alternatively…I could have also hit the letter q.…Q is for connecting clip, e is for append.…And, with this project selected, I'm going to go up…to the File menu, and choose Export XML.…This is a perfect name, and the big warning here,…is for the Extensible Markup Language for the XML version,…it's crucial that the XML is set to previous version 1.4,…because that's the version that PluralEyes is expecting.…
I'm going to go ahead here and say Save.…I'm going to go ahead and open up PluralEyes,…
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