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Watch as Rich Harrington shows how to synchronize sound and video using popular programs for high-volume video projects.
Now that Rich Harrington has explored the sync sound workflow and production process in earlier AdoramaTV episodes, it's now time to bring the processed material into Final Cut Pro X and line them up. Watch this exclusive Adorama video as he takes you through the different ways of synchronizing and also how to use popular programs, such as Plural Eyes, for those high volume projects.
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Learn More at the Adorama Learning Center
Watch previous videos in this AdoramaTV series on synchronizing separately recorded sound on your videos.