Thanks, that works great with the slider, it reduces the color.
But back to my question, how to connect audio to video. The group is not very stable. When saving and reopening a project, the binding of the group is no longer effective.
Do you who use CIN GG with success not have a need for a stable connection of the video track with the associated audio track, as is the case with most video editors?
I mostly work with videos with the original sound. If I'm not totally careful, the tracks shift, and it's very unpleasant when the picture and the sound are no longer exactly in sync.
Question: If this feature doesn't exist in CIN GG, would it be a lot of effort to add that?