Syncing Audio and Video with Timecode

Did you use a digital slate or other timecode device when recording?

Syncing multiple cameras and audio recorders is easy when you have timecode to reference.

One great options to try are the Tentacle Sync and Deity TC-1.

DaVinci Resolve also has a built in method to sync based on audio waveforms, but using timecode can be much quicker and more accurate.

Especially when using several cameras that might not hear the same thing on the scratch audio track.

You can sync timecode that is stored both via metadata or audio track. You can even manually type it in if you have a timecode slate on screen.

In this video from Team 2 Films, you’ll learn about:

  • 00:29 LTC (Audio Timecode)
  • 01:58 Manual Timecode
  • 02:49 Syncing
  • 03:42 Multicam Clips

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  1. Me gustaría que se pueda poner distintos colores a las líneas de tiempo en edit.
    De esa forma se pueden visualizar mejor como era en Final Cut Pro 7.
    Gracias y muy buenos lis aportes.


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