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Fine tune audio adjustments in CS6?

 
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May 01, 2013 23:49 |  #1

I have some video that I'm trying to sync with the audio from a Tascam unit. I was able to drag the two together in all but one clip. I can't get small enough adjustments to line the two. Is it possible to do fine tune adjustments?
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May 02, 2013 11:00 |  #2

Sure. First you add the audio from the Tascam to a new audio track. Make sure you can also see the audio track from the camera, but you won't use it in the final edit. The secret is to vertically stretch out the tracks showing the audio tracks so you can better see them. Use the selection arrow to slide the Tascam audio track back and forth until it's somewhat close. Then expand the timeline reolution gradually, adjusting the alignment of the Tascam audio, using some easily recognizable pattern of sound (or just one single big sound). Expand the timeline more and adjust the Tascam audio until you're at the single frame resolution. If the sound track is synchronized to within a single frame, you're good to go Then lock the Tascam track to the video track (allowing you to move the video and not have to re-synchronize) and disable the camera audio.


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May 02, 2013 12:56 as a reply to  @ BioSci's post |  #3

Expanding the audio track did the trick. Thank you!


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