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Wondering if there's an advanced

2023-11-27 21:00:03.989322+01 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

Wondering if there's an "advanced iMovie" resource somewhere. I want like an "attach audio" notion, a way to re-tie the audio to a particular spot in a video clip. I'm trying to patch in some room tone and re-takes, and keep sliding the audio all over relative to the video.

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#Comment Re: Wondering if there's an advanced made: 2023-11-28 02:30:55.270556+01 by: markd

Looks like you need to "share it out" - https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7969230

#Comment Re: Wondering if there's an advanced made: 2023-11-28 10:59:54.248459+01 by: Dan Lyke

Oh super ugh. Yeah, that sounds like a generation loss nightmare...

#Comment Re: Wondering if there's an advanced made: 2023-11-28 18:46:53.844492+01 by: markd

I'm baffled how seemingly tablestakes stuff with clips are rediculously hard. ScreenFlow's editor is REALLY nice, except if you split a track, you can't join them - just abut them. Which means if you edit something, and then want to to time stretch, each chunk gets a different scale factor. it had been a decades-long complaint in the forums when I stopped using it.

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