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Thread: Losing sync after ALT-F to add effects

  1. #61
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    Good going, WWaters

    Quote Originally Posted by WWaters View Post
    Posted today to Fogbugz
    Good deal, WWaters. Glad you submitted that report, and in this thread, providede such useful detail as well.

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    anything regarding this issue.... i too have that 15 frame audio shift.
    using multicam....speededit ver 1.5 standalone.
    Was this fixed in Ver 2.0 ?????

    thanks,
    bob s

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    I haven't heard of any fixes or improvements in this regard. But if I do, I'll post it here.

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    travisr,
    When using Alt-F with multi-cam editing, you need to run "Remove Invisible Regions" first then use Alt-F. With this process, the audio track will not have 15 frame shift. Of cause you need to complete multi-cam editing before using "Remove Invisible Regions".

    For anyone interested in doing multi-cam in SpeedEDIT 2, please check my new MultiCam plugin.
    http://www.newtek.com/forums/showthr...13#post1039313
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    We remove all the invisible regions before performing the ALT-F function. I'm not sure why this bug exists, but I haven't heard about any improvements or fixes yet.

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