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  Making Movies with the Apple iSight
Subject:   Use iMovie To Synchronize A+V
Date:   2003-07-03 16:58:21
From:   anonymous2
Response to: RE: Video and sound not in sync.

You should be able to use iMovie, or certainly Final Cut Express/Pro if you have them, to fix sync issues. You might need to save out separate video and audio files from QuickTime Pro, then import them into iMovie (if that doesn't work, just import the movie and use iMovie's Extract Audio command on the clip to separate the two). Then, one you have both audio and video clips in the timeline, you should be able to slip one relative to the other to sync up the audio to picture, and resave the movie. Of course, you shouldn't have to do any of this to start with, but for now it might be a workaround.

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  1. Use iMovie To Synchronize A+V
    2003-07-04 21:14:39  johnna [View]

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      2003-07-07 01:11:54  anonymous2 [View]

      • Use iMovie To Synchronize A+V
        2003-09-09 05:31:35  anonymous2 [View]

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