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  • Student468847
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    Joined: Sep 12th, 2020
    2 video clips (same but different cameras) but one audio better
    Ok im all new to fcp and well all video editing and creating but slowly teaching myself so please go easy. Im making a vid on how to service a 4 wheel drive and i was using 2 action cams ( go pro 7 and a cheap no name one) the cheap one has some footage that id like to use but the audio is crap. Is there a way i can move the audio from the go pro clip and move it to the cheap cam one and auto sync it? Ive seen video of ppl using multi cam function but i had the wrong setting on the cheaper cam and it started a new clip ever 2 mins or so. I have managed to cut the footage down in my time line so if i copy the audio from the go pro 7 and replace it in the time line would b awesome. Thanks for your help
  • Joe A
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    Joined: Oct 1st, 2013
    Re: 2 video clips (same but different cameras) but one audio better
    Hi - I've attached a video (below) from one of our FCPX courses (also attached above) that talks about synchronizing clips -- it seems to be relevant to what you want to do. I'm an audio guy myself and I don't have FCPX installed here so I can't offer more specific advice, but maybe one of our FCPX gurus will weigh in with a suggestion.. I also found this Apple document on syncing clips, just in case there's anything in there that would apply to your scenario..
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