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Topic # 185235 15-Nov-2015 13:02
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hey guys ive got something i need coverted from files on my computer to bring video and audio together, it was originally done with pinacle studio 10,
is there some form of free software that i can use to get the files matched

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  Reply # 1428375 15-Nov-2015 16:27
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What formats are the files in? Syncing audio to video is not necessarily difficult if the running times are the same, but it can be almost impossible if they are not.





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  Reply # 1428378 15-Nov-2015 16:34
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Depends what you mean by free. Microsoft Windows Movie Maker will do it.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-NZ/windows/get-movie-maker-download

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1429657 17-Nov-2015 13:44
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you can try shotcut (www.shotcut.org).  it's not without bugs (has crashed a couple of times on me), but it's free and encodes 1080p (which the free version of lightworks does not).






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  Reply # 1429681 17-Nov-2015 14:32
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im not sure theres a couple of folders, one with video the other audio, im not sure how to sync them

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  Reply # 1429794 17-Nov-2015 16:59
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i think Rikkitic is asking for file formats, i.e. mov/mp4 videos and wav/mpe audio files.

if it's a single video clip and a single audio file, it shouldn't be too difficult.  it can be challenging if the folders you mentioned have a lot of files, i.e. the recording has been stopped/paused and then continued several times.

i did the same on a handful of clips for most of the last weekend, syncing video from a nexus 5 with audio from a zoom h5.  as i indicated earlier, i used shotcut for the first time this time, but i've used premiere and lightworks to do the same before.  no, i am by no means an expert...  i consider myself still a newbie, but i achieved what i wanted.


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