Syncing audio tracks from two different cameras


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Syncing audio tracks from two different cameras

Shooting with multiple cameras is a plus when editing a documentary. It gives you more editing options and creates visual interest when you cut from one angle to another. But oftentimes the primary microphone attached to the person being interviewed is connected to just one of the cameras. The other camera may have good video but not great audio. So, where does that leave you? With Final Cut Pro X, you actually have a pretty easy time of combining sync sources. Let's take a look. In our Interviews, let's view the John Downey close-up camera clip at the favorite section.

(John Downey: He's dedicated. He makes you want to cry--) So, we definitely would like to be on this close-up shot of John when he's talking about how dedicated BD is. That would make a nice strong point. But we don't really want that audio. Well, if we have that audio coming from another camera like the A camera, let's see if that is something that we might be able to marry. (John Downey: He's dedicated. ...

Syncing audio tracks from two different cameras
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Syncing audio tracks from two different cameras provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Diana Weynand as part of the Documentary Editing with Final Cut Pro X

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