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Syncing 2 video angles, after cuts have been made

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Nov 03, 2021 Nov 03, 2021

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So I accidentally started editing an interview video with just the clips from angle 1, and realized after that I have to sync up angle 2, to the audio from angle 1. I'm wondering if there is an easy way to sync these 2 angles together and keep the cuts that I have already made as well. I have attached a few pictures for reference. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 03, 2021 Nov 03, 2021
Let's see... Angle1 is already editing into sub-clips while Angle 2 is un-edited, right? Insert Angle 2 at the head fo the Timeline (pushing the edited Angle 1 sub-clips such that they play after Angle 2). Promote the Angle 1 sub-clips to Video Track 2 and Audio Track 2 (or any higher Track number).  Select Angle 2 in Track 1 and the 1st Angle 1 sub-clip in Track 2 (it needs to be a Linked Selection with picture and sound), then right-click and choose Synchronize. Synchronize Clips dialo...

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Let's see... Angle1 is already editing into sub-clips while Angle 2 is un-edited, right?

 

Insert Angle 2 at the head fo the Timeline (pushing the edited Angle 1 sub-clips such that they play after Angle 2).

 

Promote the Angle 1 sub-clips to Video Track 2 and Audio Track 2 (or any higher Track number). 

 

Select Angle 2 in Track 1 and the 1st Angle 1 sub-clip in Track 2 (it needs to be a Linked Selection with picture and sound), then right-click and choose Synchronize.

 

Synchronize Clips dialog box set to Audio.Synchronize Clips dialog box set to Audio.

 

In the Synchronize Clips dialog box, choose Audio (unless, of course, Angle 1 and Angle 2 have synchronized Timecode).

 

The Angle 1 sub-clip that was selected with Angle 2 should slide into sync over Angle 2.

 

Repeat until all of the Angle 1 sub-clips are placed.  

 

 

 



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