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Old 2007-12-28, 05:28 AM
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Re: Stretching audio to sync with video

i never said "cut the video" pawel, i said time stretch the video before time stretching the audio...you can use keyframing to fine tune and smooth, no cuts are necessary

i'll re-iterate, I can usually hear speed changes to an audio track, even when we're talking frames...now whether or not the majority of folks who are watching can is of no concern to me, i can hear it and i'm not the only one -- this site has numerous other professional editors and audio engineers who i guaruntee could hear it as well -- thats what training is for...truth is, 99.9% of the time, its better to manipulate speed of a vid track and leave the audio track alone

but as i said, when yer authoring yer own ish, you can do with it what ya want
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