Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Synchronizing Clips allows you to take a piece of video and a piece of audio that were recorded at the same time but are separate files and have Final Cut Pro X synchronize the clips together?as best the program can?so that the audio and video clips line up together.? So, if you recorded audio separately from your video and you recorded either digital markers, the clap of a soundboard or something like that, then Final Cut Pro X will attempt to sync the two clips together. It actually can do this pretty well, so give it a try. Select your audio and video clips in the?Browser?of the Event Library. If they're separate, press and hold?Command?on your keyboard to select both clips.? Right-click on the selection and choose?Synchronize Clips?from the menu that appears. This will automatically create a new new clip with the video and audio merged into one. Drag this new clip into the Timeline?and play it back to see if Final Cut Pro X merged the two clips and synchronized the audio and video correctly.? Mute the volume on the video track to make sure everything has been synchronized together correctly. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-final-cut-pro-x/importing-and-organizing-clips/synchronize-clips//
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