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  1. What does everybody use to sync audio and video in Premiere Pro? I've been using Pluraleyes from Red Giant to sync footage for years now. Pluraleyes has never given me any issues...until now. A month ago we shot a wedding and everything was normal as always. But whenever I would use the software to line up the footage this happened (this is not my video): The exact same thing happens to me. We then shot another wedding two weeks later, and I wanted to see if Pluraleyes would line that footage up. Guess what...I lined up everything perfectly, just as it always has. So I'm thinking, "Great it works." Now I have the same issue just slightly different. Pluraleyes lined up the wedding ceremony, no problems. Pluraleyes lined up the rehearsal dinner speeches, perfect as can be. But then I tell Pluraleyes to line up the reception, it will not sync it. For the record, Comcast has better customer service than Red Giant. I even called during their listed business hours and they did not answer. I also sent them an email a month ago, and they have yet to get back with me. I have tried using Adobe's version of video/audio syncing and it doesn't work for crap.
  2. This tutorial will teach you various techniques to sync audio and video in Adobe Premiere Pro and CC. Please like and subscribe for more tutorials.
  3. This simple tutorial will teach you how to use markers to edit to a beat of a song in Adobe Premiere Pro and CC. Please like and subscribe for more tutorials. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
  4. Hey everyone! I'm new to these forums but just wanted to get some feedback for a fan made music video I made for the Thom Yorke song Atoms for Peace off of his solo album The Eraser. Any and all feedback is welcome! And feel free to share with anyone if you think its decent! Thanks guys, Kevin
  5. Gents and ladies, I have never color corrected on my own. I did an 8mm short for the Straight8 festival and boy oh boy did I overexpose. It's the worst super8 I have ever shot. I shouldn't have trusted the light meter, which was always telling me I was underexposed. Bullsh**. Clearly the 500t was not. Oh well. Now I know to just go with my gut. I'd like to do what I can to make this look a little bit less offensive. This is a basic capture that was inverted and sent back to me without any real color correction (I couldn't afford a professional scan + color correction for just one roll). I have CS5 Production Premium. The auto color correction setting sure don't seem to do anything special so I am hoping for some advice here.
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