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Trying to sync two video clips w/ no audio

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Aug 25, 2020 Aug 25, 2020

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So I'm trying to display two video clips at the same time and have them start from a reference point. But the audio is of no help so I can't use the auto sync that premiere has. Any ideas?

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Community Expert , Aug 25, 2020 Aug 25, 2020

Look for visual cues, like if your footage is of people, timing when somone blinks, opens their mouth, or picks up something, etc. Try to match up a subtle motion in the frame if you don't have a slate or audio to align with.

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Look for visual cues, like if your footage is of people, timing when somone blinks, opens their mouth, or picks up something, etc. Try to match up a subtle motion in the frame if you don't have a slate or audio to align with.

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this may be a stupid question (but that's never stopped me before), were both videos shot at the same time and at the same frame rate?   If so, do as Justin suggests and find a synch point.  If you put a marker in both clips for something like a blink and place the clips on top of each other on separate video tracks,  you'll be able to drag one of the clips in the timeline so the markers happen at the same moment.  easy peasy as the saying goes.  then you can use the effects settings to scale and reposition the 2 clips...

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May 20, 2024 May 20, 2024

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I found a better solution, add both videos in the timeline, one on top of the other, change the opacity of any of the two, and find a similarity that you can mark for each video, then sync the two marks.

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