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  • Dailies in Resolve 11 – audio sync pains

  • Angelo Lorenzo

    November 3, 2014 at 10:47 am

    For those of you who may process dailies with Resolve, lets say my timecode is off two frames. Is there any way to offset a collection of synced clips (synced by using the “Auto-Sync Audio Based On Timecode” command) or am I forced to outlandishly select one clip at a time, unlock sync, type +2, and relock?

    The manual mentions “Edit > Slip Audio/Eye > Slip Audio One Frame Forward/Reverse” but I assume this is per clip as well? And probably not reasonable if sync is, say, a consistent >3 seconds off (>100 frames).

    I’m coming from Assimilate Scratch Lab where offsets are easy to do in a bulk fashion but I’m considering Resolve because output is faster and wouldn’t mind the fact I can slap Resolve Lite on a few more of my machines. I’m also not terribly pleased with some bugs in Scratch 7 around C300 footage at the moment either.


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  • Arthur Ditner

    November 17, 2014 at 6:45 pm

    When processing dailies in general I highly advise you manually check every single slate, as drift will most certainly happen at some level during the course of the Production day.

    it’s tedious, but that’s where learning the keyboard shortcuts come in handy.

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