I've used Vegas for years, and decided to give Premiere Pro another go, and happened to notice a trial was available. One of the things I was looking forward to, is having integrated clip sync. I took two shots, one from a Sony A6500 and the other from a Panasonic GX8. Both in 2160/24. Used audio to sync, which had a loud clap on both camera tracks. I get the following error:
could not synchronize one or more clips because a match could not be found.
Now I know this has been posted before. But I have tried every suggestion I can find. Funnily enough, I own Pluraleyes, which was a must for Vegas. Clips sync up perfectly.
PPro 13.1 Wintel 10
I'm using multi-cam daily.
What settings did you have to sync by ... or probably easiest, make a screen-grab of you multi-cam creation dialog and drag/drop it onto your reply box.
Certainly. Here it is. By the way, I have tried all three options for audio track channel. Same result.
After trying every permutation I can think of, I can only assume audio sync is broken. Fortunately, I did manage to import a Pluraleyes sync, enable multicam on that timeline and it works. I was really hoping that native audio synch would work, but I already own Pluraleyes, so I guess it's liveable.
You need to have each audio/video on a different track
I also have this problem. Sometimes it mysteriously works fine, most of the time it does not. In this case, and most, I am trying to sync two files from idential Sony cameras with the same frame rate and resolution, etc. I am new to Premiere Pro and certainly suspect ignorance on my part, but I have tried every possible variable of this and I wind up having to line the clips up manually. That's a deal breaker, as I use syncronized PiP features constantly. Any suggestions appreciated.