3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 10, 2013 12:41 PM by Shane Ross
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Hi guys, I've been editing a short corporate film for a client and I'm using PluralEyes for the first time. I've edited the sequence with the original audio ut now I want to replace that audio with the better recording, so I've added the better audio to my timeline (at the end of the whole sequence), I then attempted to sync it using PluralEyes but it just isn't going as smoothly as I hoped, in fact my results are quite random.

 

Basically, I've chopped up the audio quite a lot in the edit and I wonder if that has affected it, I probably should have synched all of the audio before I started chopping it all up.

 

What do you suggest I do now? (See image of my timeline attached).

 

Thanks!

 

 

Alex

 

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Solved by alexfromwalthamstow on Feb 10, 2013 12:27 PM Solved

Ah thanks but I managed to fix it, I just laid down all of the footage I used on a seperate sequence, synched it all with PluralEyes and then exported each clip one by one as quicktime movies.

 

Then I re-connected the files I was using to the new files with the new audio...works fine, didn't take too long :-)