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NextPreviousHometemporize the start of a video

maggiau | 3 years ago | 8 comments | 592 views

Hello,

I add a video and the video start at the beginning.

is ther any way to start the video after one second ?
it is to synchronise with the musique

I am singing in the video and there is a small delay ...

Thank you
Alessandro




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Selina
Is there a way to do just the opposite .... delay the audio ?

MrGruntHunter, 3 years ago


Yes and a must shall be to have the possibility to have project durations in decimal time (ie 5.3 seconds) in order to be accurate with a video layer of the same time. If not, the video restarts at its end.

Jeep35, 3 years ago


@Selina
Sorry but your suggestion do not modify the project duration. If for any reason I need a project duration of 5.3 seconds it's not possible to easily have this global duration. I must use of a lot of keyframes to prevent any overtiming of a file included as layer like a video clip.
I know that BT is not a NLE but all layers can work in 1/1000 seconds except the total duration.

Jeep35, 3 years ago


Thank you for this trick but the best should be to have the duration already decimalized to prevent all these handlings.

Jeep35, 3 years ago


Thank you Selina

As you said, I made some changes in my video editor ... the only problem is that I have to create a video file for each change ... it takes some time but work fine

Regards

maggiau, 3 years ago


Selina,
When you say "add silence" to the audio are you talking about doing that in a NLE first and then importing into BT?

MrGruntHunter, 3 years ago


Got it. Thanks for the reply. I do have Audacity and am using SONY Movie Studio 13 & SONY Vegas Pro 14 so I should be able to accomplish this.

MrGruntHunter, 3 years ago


There's been a little bit of a learning curve going from SONY Movie Studio 13 to VEGAS PRO 14. I bought the SVP 13 when they had it on sale with being able to upgrade to 14 when it was released and that was basically the only reason I upgraded to it. I just play around with this stuff as a hobby and to post videos on my YouTube Channel.

I'm still really struggling with trying to learn BT and am utterly blown away with what everyone here is producing. I keep hoping someone will make some screen recordings of how they are creating images and bringing them into BT. I don't think I have even elevated to a complete novice yet LOL even though I have had BT for a couple of years now.

MrGruntHunter, 3 years ago


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