From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jan 11 2008 - 11:09:03 PST
is there a drift?
is your export a digital one or to tape?
what are the settings of your export if it is a digital one
what timeline are you working on
is it an HD timeline or a 4:3 (dv-dvcpro50NTSC)
there are solutions with mpeg stream clip de-muxing but
that would mean you need to re-sync after first doing a digital export of a
quicktime and then a re-export from mpeg stream clip and then a re-import
into FCP - basically it disconnects the link of the audio and video files -
which you can try as well in FCP [option L] but i haven't done it that way
On Jan 11, 2008 1:10 PM, Stefanos Pavlakis <email suppressed> wrote:
> Hi there!
> I am working on an HDV project on final cut pro 6.
> Shot and imported with a sony HDV 1080i
> I am now trying to export the material, but although
> the clips are in sync in my capture/scratch folders,
> they get out of synch when exported.
> Would e grateful if anyone has a solution to this!!
> Thank you,
> Stefanos Pavlakis
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