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  • Modify timecode / Broadcast wave / Set audio sync?

    Posted by Andriy Toloshnyy on June 30, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    Are there any way to change timecode / aux timecode in FCPX?
    Have somebody experimented with broadcast wave files?
    What is the new way to sync multitrack audio from set without subclips? Using slate or timecode? Are there a way to add a subframe offset to audio for a perfect sync?

    Devin Crane replied 12 years, 2 months ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Michael Garber

    June 30, 2011 at 8:49 pm

    [Andriy Toloshnyy] “Are there any way to change timecode / aux timecode in FCPX?
    Nope. Not yet at least. Looks like it’s a change to the metadata. But all those functions seem to be locked/unresponsive.

    Have somebody experimented with broadcast wave files?
    What is the new way to sync multitrack audio from set without subclips? Using slate or timecode? Are there a way to add a subframe offset to audio for a perfect sync?”

    Don’t have all the answers here. But I can say that I was trying to bring in an AIFF with timecode starting around 1:14:00:00. FCPx simply wouldn’t see the timecode of the clip. I ended up having to export it from FCP 7 with slug for video. Only then would it see the timecode. Strange behavior, indeed.

  • Devin Crane

    July 1, 2011 at 3:21 am

    Not much timecode support in this version, hopefully in the next update.

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