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  • Jared Ewing

    April 20, 2018 at 11:47 pm

    The article linked below describes the Command Editor. When you open the Command Editor, what command is mapped to Command-+ (plus)?

    Command Editor:

    If it doesn’t show the zoom in command, you can modify it here. If that doesn’t help, I’d check System Preferences to verify another customization isn’t interfering:

    – Jared

  • Jared Ewing

    April 19, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    Ok, so that answers the question that it is possible. When I go to do that, the clips do NOT space themselves correctly. All clips are ordered correctly, just no space. Any thoughts on why this would be happening?

  • Jared Ewing

    April 19, 2012 at 12:58 am

    Yes, I get that. The screen shot is what actually happened. There is timecode on camera 2. I know what can be synced. The issue is not with the syncing aspect, it’s with the spacing of the clips for camera 2. I want to add in gaps in-between each clip from camera 2 that matches the time the camera was not recording. I know that if I had another clip recording at the same time there would be no issue doing that. I want to be able to space the clips when there is not a second camera or audio track. I just want to get a visual on the timeline of how long it was in between each clip.

  • Jared Ewing

    April 18, 2012 at 11:31 pm

    The syncing works in most cases. I’m running into an issue where the DSLRs clock was off and this causes incorrect syncing (as seen in the image). Regardless of combinations of syncing, including using audio, the clips do not sync correctly. I’ve already finished this project so it’s not an issue with this one.

    I’m just curious if there is a way to space out clips, from one camera, based on timecode. In the image below I would do this with camera 2. The result would be added as an additional angle to the current multi clip.

    Thank you for the responses, I enjoy digging into these situations to see how other people are using FC.

  • Jared Ewing

    April 18, 2012 at 10:55 pm

    Thanks for the updates and this does help when working with the multi clip side of things. However, this does not address the spacing between the clips. Final Cut Pro X is not able to use the audio or timecode of the specific clip I’m working with to sync the video.

    What I’m really looking to do is have a group of clips, take your 7D clips as an example, and put them on a story line with gaps in-between each clip. The gaps would be the length of time from when I stopped the camera to the moment I started recording again.

  • Jared Ewing

    April 17, 2012 at 6:10 am

    Thanks for the response but these guys do not address my questions. Basically I want to take a group of shots from the same camera and space them based on timecode and when I do this through a multicam clip, the correct spacing is not created.

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