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Old November 1st, 2011, 08:30 PM   #1
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How to lock down audio and video

Hi, Everyone

I'm new to the DSLR world and I have an editing question. I have Sony Vegas Pro 10. I use a Panasonic GH1 camera recording in 720p.

I've synced the audio from a Zoom H2 with the original audio from the clip.

I wanted to save time and NOT render the H2 audio with the original clip. Is there a way to lock down the H2 audio and the original clip?

I was rendering so I can get the new audio but that's time consuming. I tried locking down but I want to make sure the audio follows the clip.

I used to be a Premiere User and know how to do this but not in Sony Vegas Pro.

Thanks for your help!
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Old November 1st, 2011, 08:52 PM   #2
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Re: How to lock down audio and video

you can group events (video/audio clips, images, etc.) by selecting the ones you want to group and pressing "G"

to ungroup them just press "U"
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Old November 1st, 2011, 08:56 PM   #3
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you can group events (video/audio clips, images, etc.) by selecting the ones you want to group and pressing "G"

to ungroup them just press "U"
Thanks. Sony Vegas sure does have a different way to do things than Premiere!
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Re: How to lock down audio and video

A more positive way to do it is to buy Singular Software's Dual Eyes. You just throw you footage and your audio files in the same folder, and tell it to make a new video file, and you will end up with new video files with your good sound on them. The old files are still preserved too.
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Old November 2nd, 2011, 08:22 AM   #5
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A more positive way to do it is to buy Singular Software's Dual Eyes. You just throw you footage and your audio files in the same folder, and tell it to make a new video file, and you will end up with new video files with your good sound on them. The old files are still preserved too.
This sounds interesting. I'll take a look at a trial version to see if it works for me. Thanks!
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