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Lesson 12. Audio > Using markers to synchronize clips

Using markers to synchronize clips

When working with audio clips that are not linked to video, you'll occasionally encounter situations where you need to synchronize the audio to the video clip. The most straight-forward method of synchronizing these clips is to insert markers at matching events in both clips.

Using markers

Markers indicate important points in time and help you position and arrange clips. Each sequence and each clip can individually contain up to 100 numbered markers (labeled from 0 to 99) and as many unnumbered markers as you want. In the Monitor window, markers appear in each view's time ruler as small icons. Clip markers also become icons within the clip as it appears in the timeline, and sequence markers appear in the sequence's time ruler. In general, use clip markers to signify important points within an individual clip. (For example, use a clip marker to identify a particular action or sound.) Use sequence markers to specify significant time points in terms of a sequence.



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