What is the best way to synchronize audio and video (in CinGG, of course!)?
Let me explain: I have a long voice track and I have to choose between various videos (only video), the clips to synchronize with the audio below. How to do it?
Thanks for the advice. I was referring in particular to record a text (previously written) and then record the screen to create a video tutorial. Finally connect video and audio for the final product. But it does not seem to me the best way to proceed.
Anyway, I noticed that it would be useful to be able to report the values of a selection on the timeline (start frame timecode; interval and end frame) in the Viewer window. Sometimes I find myself having to use the calculator.
PS1: I take advantage of your return to ask you if you can adapt the cover of the manual you made some time ago to the new manual. It's in German and I haven't been able to adapt it.
PS2: How does your video-transcode.sh script work?
Thank you, you just made me realize I was wrong, going the opposite way I should have (first the video and above record the audio). And in fact, the results are bad.
PS1: I was referring to your comment #0002482 from BT0077. Your pdf shows a new cover, which I would like to propose to Phyllis. But it's in German and I don't know how to change it.
PS2: I found your script here on the forum ( https://www.cinelerra-gg.org/forum/help-audio/normalize-audio/), where you talked about leveling the audio tracks. This is the part that interests me, since I often resort to the "normalization" of the various audio tracks. Actually, using the gain filter in CinGG is fine with me.