Join Jeff I. Greenberg for an in-depth discussion in this video Sending sync clips back to Final Cut Pro X, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: Sync Sound Workflow.
- Our friend XML will help us get stuff…out of Plural Eyes and back to Final Cut Pro,…and do so in such a way that can…remove those extra pieces of audio.…Let's take a look.…In the prior movie, I had taken all of my…video clips and all of my audio clips…and laid them onto a timeline,…and sent them over to Plural Eyes.…Plural Eyes had done the synchronization job…and synced each of the pieces of video to audio.…It's done all the job of an assistant editor…in syncing all my takes here.…Instead of me sending it back to Final Cut Pro,…a really smart workflow would be to…bake all of these in.…
I'm going to go up here and say Export.…Instead of sending it to Final Cut Pro,…I'm going to export video files.…Now, it's going to create brand new video files…that no longer reference the original camera…and the original microphone.…It's going to replace the camera's sound…with the external recorder's sound,…and what this buys me is simply this.…It buys me the ability to use this with any project…and not have to keep track of the sync.…
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