Using sync locks


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Using sync locks

In the 07_03 subfolder I've got a bin called Sync. Inside there, there is a sequence called fine_cut_interview. You can see that it's got three video tracks and four audio tracks. Now there is a sync relationship between the material on V1 and the audio on A1 and A2, and that's because this material was either captured or imported together into the system. This could be called an Explicit Sync Relationship because Media Composer can detect this relationship and will tell us if it gets changed.

However, by virtue of the edits of working on this piece and putting things together in the current pattern that they're in and the material on A3 and A4, there is an implicit sync relationship between all of the tracks of material. This implicit sync relationship is not detectable by Media Composer. For example, if I parked at the head of interview clip 4 and I entered into Trim mode--let's activate Ripple Trim mode--and we wanted to trim let say the video track V1 and A2, now ...

Using sync locks
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Using sync locks provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Video
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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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