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Moving Pictures and Sound Recording Still/Video Camera & Slide Show movies also Sound for such Production!

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Old August 12th, 2010, 11:26 PM
Asher Kelman Asher Kelman is offline
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Default Synchng well recorded sound to replace the sound of your DSLR video!

So, we are starting to use the DSLR's to record the 12 minutes of fame you are giving to your subject of the hour. (That's the most the 5DII camera can do at HD quality) and you also have recorded the sound in stereo on your

Zoom H4n Handy Mobile 4-Track Recorder $299 at B&H

and maybe you also have a track taken from another angle on a Canon Rebel T2i for zoomed in views. Well now you if you are using Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premier, you simply open up PluralEyes, dump in the sequences from each recording source on a separate track and press the button and everything s synchronized with no fuss!

A free download good for 30 days s available at the website and for just $149 one can get the full program!

The manual for FCPro and tutorials are here and a good way to pass 10 minutes and open a door to synchronization without pain!

After all, what's the use of having extra recordings if you can't master them!

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