“Sync-N-Link requires a bit more in terms of specific gear on the production side, but its benefits can be massive.
I'm working on a scripted show. Shot on RED. This year we moved our audio to a SoundDevices 744T, which feeds timecode into the camera. The audio recordist inputs episode/scene/shot/take info into the recorder, along with audio track names for characters.
Last year without Sync-N-Link it would take me about a day to sync and log a weeks worth of shooting. This year the exact same job takes me (no exaggeration) about 1 minute. PLUS, the audio track info is converted into audio component names AND Roles tags.
Marcus R. Moore
“AutoSync” for Final Cut Pro X: batch sync dual-system sound using jam-synced SMPTE/EBU timecode
Need this for Final Cut Pro 7?
Eliminate the time-consuming chore of manually
synchronizing dailies (a.k.a. rushes) by batch processing an Event of unsynchronized clips exported from Final Cut Pro X.
Get your dailies ready in minutes instead of
Sync-N-Link X will save days ahead of editorial and
opens new flexibility in editing dual-system sound with Final Cut Pro X
for only $199.99.
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