Solving sync problems


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Solving sync problems

Sometimes you can accidentally throw yourself completely out of sync, and this usually happens when you perform a Single Roller Trim on one track but not another, or when you perform an Extract on one track, but not another. Bottom line: it happens when you either add or remove frames unevenly between tracks. In this movie, we'll take a look at what to do if this happens to you. Now, if you've already edited in Avid, you've probably seen these little white numbers. If you're new to Avid, you are sure to see them soon.

But I just want to give you some tools for dealing with them. Now, all they mean is that from this point on, my video is thirty-six frames out of sync from my audio. If we take a look at how this might have happened, we're good, we're good, we're good, and then we go out of sync. So it seems that right here we added thirty-six frames of video--I'll zoom in so we can see it--and we didn't likewise add the audio.

So, this pushed my video dow...

Solving sync problems
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Solving sync problems provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training

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Video
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Media Composer
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