No, there's no automated way to do this. You'd have to sync each pair, then set up each resultant clip for export individually.
This is why I always prefer to have audio and video in the same file right off the camera.
Give pural eyes a test, its now available from Red Giant.
I have just edited a multi cam project shot with canon 5d's and a seperate master audio, all synced up perfect and process was pretty good.
That is so incredible !!!!
I also have hundred of start/stop clips with TC and audio start/stop with TC too, and I don't find a way to place the clips on the timeline at the right place of the TC.... The clips are R3D and the sound comes from a 788T. Nothing special. I work a lot with Premiere and Red and I LOVE IT.
What ? I should record audio on the Red just to permit PluralEyes to do thesync from audio ??
Please Adobe team, tell me I am sleeping and when i wake up there will be a soluce !
PP can sync clips by timecode. You don't 'need' Pluraleyes to sync. That's more useful if you don't have timecode to sync from.
May be I missed something.
So, I have 200 clips, from 9:00:00 to 18:00:00 on a timeline A and on the audio timeline, I have something like 10 audio file. All is perfectly sync together. How could I havethe video at the good place without doing it by hand ?
The "sync" function does only sync 2 files. What can I do with 200 files ?
A lot of work.