Hello - I have 1080p footage shot @ 24fps that will not syn up with a seperate WAVE file in the audio timeline. The 24bit 96k audio was recorded seperatley via a mixing desk and imported to sync with live concert camera footage shot in 24p. This has never been a problem before syncing but we have a new camera. I can see the camera stock audio waveform and the seperate mixing desk audio where they are not syncing but CS6 will not allow me to move the WAVE audio over to line up exactly. Snapping is off but CS6 wants to jump the audio in incriments that do not allow an exact sync visually with the waveforms. It's as if the the snapping function is on. I have exploded the audio and camera footage to the most magnified. It just needs a little nudge instead of wanting to jump a whole frame. Is there a way to move just the audio wave file over in tighter incriments?
Thanks for any help.
I'm sure there must be a better way of doing this, but the best way that I have found is to set the CTI at the exact limit of the video clip, and then trim the audio that I want to synch, so that the gap between the end of the audio clip and the CTI is just the amount that I need to nudge the clip for synch, them move the clip to snap to the CTI - tedious, but I can usually achieve synch after one or two adjustments. You need to zoom in as far as possible too.
Thank you Jim - now why didn't I think of that!!
Life is going to be a lot easier with that piece of Knowledge.