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Paul Page

Member Since:
November 27th 2010
7 Posts
Video and audio timecode sync questions
by Paul Page 2 months ago
Dear friends, I have received a project with RED raw files and separate stereo audio and was researching about a timecode sync in Resolve. I'm not very experienced in this workflow, but my assumption
Re: Video and audio timecode sync questions
by Paul Page 2 months ago
So that means they didn't sync it during filming and I have no other way but to manually connect it using clapper as a reference Thank you
Possibility of syncing video extracts on a timeline with the original uncut version
by Paul Page 3 years ago
Hello, probably a weird question. Let's say I got footage that has been cut to many small pieces and placed in different order on a timeline. Is there a way to find out the exact time frames those cut
Re: Possibility of syncing video extracts on a timeline with the original uncut version
by Paul Page 3 years ago
I need to sync the sound with the original through pluraleyes and then apply it on those small cuts (yes, I haven't synced it before cutting so I'm trying to figure out a more time-effective solution)
Separate preview for each video track
by Paul Page 9 years ago
Is it possible in Vegas to create several preview windows for each video track that I'm working with Primarily to compare them. Thank you very much in advance, Paul
Re: Separate preview for each video track
by Danny Hays 9 years ago
Just saw another way, using free addon feature for Vegas Pro 8 and 9 called "Video Wall" just posted on the Vegas Basics page by Mike Kujbida. Thanks Mike. http: www.davitools.com videowall homevw.asp
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Paul Page liked this 9 years ago
Make speech sound like it comes from another room
by Paul Page 9 years ago
I would like to know if it is possible in Sony Vegas to change sound's (speech, actually) position in space, for it to sound like it is going from a different room. Like here, for example (on 0:20, "g
Re: Make speech sound like it comes from another room
by John Rofrano 9 years ago
Sound usually looses all the high end when going through walls. Try rolling off the high frequencies with the Track EQ. Add a slight touch of reverb too (but very slight). jr www.johnrofrano.comwww.va
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