Using ‘Synchronize’ in Premiere Pro

Using 'Synchronize' in Premiere Pro 1

The Synchronize command in Adobe Premiere Pro won’t fix audio and video out-of-sync within a video file (retiming is required for that, mostly), but it will automate matching externally-recorded or multicam audio-video files. You just select the clips in a Sequence and choose Clip > Synchronize, or right-click and choose Synchronize. But there are a few […]

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Generic Screen Replacements in Motion and Final Cut Pro X

Generic Screen Replacements in Motion and Final Cut Pro X 4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LX9ysMN2Iq8&feature=push-u-sub&attr_tag=7pbps8TjAWjHNJHT-6 This week on MacBreak Studio, I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training how you can use Motion’s tracking and publishing features to create a tracked template for Final Cut Pro X. So what exactly is a “tracked template”? Read on! Starting in Motion, I import a clip to be tracked. By using the Import […]

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