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  • Audio syncing solution - Pluraleyes or Syncaila or...

    Hey there-

    Was wondering if there is anyone using any of these products - Pluraleyes, Syncaila, DreamSync or any other audio syncing solution successfully with multicam shoots? Looking for thoughts - recommendations.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by tosok; 11-08-2021, 10:12 PM.
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  • #2
    I find the option inside EDIUS 9 and X works well.
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    • #3
      Why would you want that? Edius has one build in and it works well, I do a lot of multicam shoot with up to 5 camera's and 5 audio sources, I only use audio as reference for syncing but Edius gets it right every time, never been easier to start my multicam edits.

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      • #4
        Thanks for pointing out that this feature is included in Edius. That's great news. Is it too late to incorporate it in a multicam project where the cuts have already been made in the sequence timeline? My solution up till now has been to use the audio offset feature as needed after the multicam edit is done... but that's a bit clunky. Still lots to learn with Edius.

        Also, does the feature resolve time issues progressively? Presently, I use a separate audio recorder and there is noticeable drift after about 20 minutes - about 1 frame. Recordings are up to 1.5 hours long. Does the audiosync in Edius compensate for this drift?

        Whatever the case may be, I will explore the feature and look to use it in my next project.
        Mobile setup: Edius X - Laptop running i7-10875H CPU @ 2.30GHz 2.30 GHz (8 cores/16 threads) with 64GB RAM and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super with Max-Q Design w/8GB VRAM.
        Desktop: Edius X - AMD 5950x installed in Asus ProArt Creator B550. 64GB Ram, 2 x 1TB m.2, 6TB HHD. EVGA 3080ti w/12GB vram. Running Windows 10 Pro

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        • #5
          It will sync video great. However for your audio recorder that drifts you will need to bring into a DAW to solve. I shoot multicam too and when I use separate audio recorder I use Vegas to squeeze stretch that audio to fit the guide track from the edited video. I believe Audition can do this too though have not tried that as I have got used to using Vegas for this function.
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