While the tools inside of Adobe Premiere Pro for syncing are good, there is a dedicated third party utility from Red Giant called PluralEyes. PluralEyes comes into play when you have a tough sync. How do you check the clip alignment in PluralEyes? In this video, Richard Harrington demonstrates how to check clip alignment in PluralEyes.
- Now before we send this back to Premiere Pro,…it's a good idea to make sure that everything worked out.…To do this I like to mute my audio on the camera angles…and just listen to the sync source.…You can also mute most of the angles…and just pick one that had good clean audio…and this is pretty straight forward.…You'll notice that each clip has its own volume slider.…You can also just click right on the icon here…to mute the track or, alternatively, you can simply…alt click on a track to solo it and you see that…that eliminates all the other tracks but that one.…
Let's go ahead and scroll up and have a listen here.…- [Man On clip] So I call it the five S's.…You've got the sight of a wine…and by looking at the wine you see the clarity.…If it's a red wine you're.…- [Instructor] Let's drag through to where she's talking.…- To make the wine taste as good as they possibly can.…- [Man On Clip] Absolutely.…- [Instructor] That looks good.…Let's check the next angle.…- Most conceptions as to throw a bottle of wine…in a bucket of ice and have it as cold.…
- Importing files into Premiere Pro
- Using content analysis
- Modifying timecode
- Adding clips to a multicamera sequence
- Determining the sync point through timecode, audio, or other methods
- Syncing with PluralEyes
- Creating a multicamera workspace
- Editing and finishing the footage
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 02/13/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: determining the sync point, syncing with PluralEyes, and the Multi-camera Monitor panel.
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1. Multicamera Productions
2. Organizing and Preparing Media
3. Determine the Sync Point
4. Syncing with PluralEyes
5. The Multicamera Monitor Panel
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Wrapping up1m 6s
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