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Chapter 6. Editing in the Timeline > Keeping Sync - Pg. 245

Editing in the Timeline Tips 245 · You can use the Link Audio and Video command to sync previously unrelated video and audio clips. · Now you know why filmmakers use a slate , or clapperboard. They match the frame where the slate closes with the sound of the slate to synchronize the video and the audio. Keeping Sync During the course of editing, you may inadvertently lose sync between linked video and audio. Fortunately, Premiere Elements alerts you when linked clips are out of sync, and it provides a simple way to correct the problem. To detect a loss of sync: · A timecode number appears at the left edge of linked video and audio that are out of sync (Figure 6.92).