11-17-2018, 07:45 PM #1
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FCPX: Synchronizing identical clips (one is slightly faster)
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Hello - I have two identical clips of the same video/audio. However, one version is slightly faster than the other (it was initially PAL formatted at 25 fps), resulting in video/audio being slightly sped up. How do I slow down the faster clip to match the original master?
They need to be synchronized perfectly.
I would still like to have the ability to keep both audio tracks (the master and fixed-faster version) separate from one another.
Currently using Final Cut Pro X 10.2.3.
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