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Hello, I need a little advice.  In this age of Covid our ukulele group is sending me videos of themselves playing to a common song.  We've got, say, 15 people, sending me a clip of their playing to our  song.  I've been adding them on the timeline one at a time and syncing them to the common song.  That's all going fine.  But now I have 15 video/audio pairs sychronized in time on the timeline.

 

I'd like to now be doing video things without impacting the audio.  I want to be cutting, moving, adding effects, etc.  and not move any of the video time-wise so their video stays in time.

 

Is there a reasonable way to manage all of this?  For example is there a way I can have player #8 come in at the 2:00 minute point and be in time without having to have 15 tracks?  If there's some way to somehow lock all the videos in time and hold that invariant and drop just pieces of ther videos with managing only 3 or 4 tracks that would be sweet.

 

I hope this is making sense.  Here's a link to last month's video to give you an idea of what we're doing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UivCiLW0mKs

 

Thanks!

 

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Need advice on multiple videos linked to one audio

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Hello, I need a little advice.  In this age of Covid our ukulele group is sending me videos of themselves playing to a common song.  We've got, say, 15 people, sending me a clip of their playing to our  song.  I've been adding them on the timeline one at a time and syncing them to the common song.  That's all going fine.  But now I have 15 video/audio pairs sychronized in time on the timeline.

 

I'd like to now be doing video things without impacting the audio.  I want to be cutting, moving, adding effects, etc.  and not move any of the video time-wise so their video stays in time.

 

Is there a reasonable way to manage all of this?  For example is there a way I can have player #8 come in at the 2:00 minute point and be in time without having to have 15 tracks?  If there's some way to somehow lock all the videos in time and hold that invariant and drop just pieces of ther videos with managing only 3 or 4 tracks that would be sweet.

 

I hope this is making sense.  Here's a link to last month's video to give you an idea of what we're doing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UivCiLW0mKs

 

Thanks!

 

A virtual group video of our featured song in September 2020, REO Speedwagon's classic 1984 power-ballad "Can't Fight This Feeling!" Many thanks to Marty Por...
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Peru Bob:

Thanks for your quick response... It'll take me some time to study this and see if I can figure it our to help me.  Thanks for the pointers.

 

 

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"study"

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"study"

I fixed it.

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