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Getting Audio Clips Back In Sync in Final Cut Pro

24 audio items can be attached to a single video item in the timeline in Final Cut Pro or exist in a merged clip. With this being true, there are also some very complex sync relationships that can occur if you slip multiple audio items in relation to a given clip.

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Three Ways To Get A Clip Back Into Sync:

- Move the clip back into sync by changing its location within the sequence.

- Slip the item back into sync (the location stays the same, but the portion of the item that is used is changed by slide-trimming.

- Mark the entire clip (even all out of sync items) as being in sync, therefore redefining the clips sync relationship.

It is not by accident that we have talked about audio on several occasions. The next time you go to a film festival take note on how many features have sound issues. Of the myriad of things that need to come together when you embark on such an adventure, quality sound can truly be a beast!

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