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Once I added the video track, saved, closed, and reopened, everything worked. Have you successfully used Merge Clips on your computer with the current software? Well, both clips are highlighted on the timeline. What are the reasons that the entire menu for clips might be grayed out? Now with ALL three clips in mono, I now can link them together with the video clip! I had the film transfered to pro res hq, and I’m trying to sync it with my audio, which is a.

For what I wanted to do linking still seems the way to go. Michael Tiemann Michael Tiemann 4, 1 6 You probably want to use either grouping or nesting, not linking for this case. I have an adjustment layer, one of many video clips, and the audio track selected, but the blue outline is on my Program panel. Hi Michael, thanks for clarifying the underlying concepts! If you try to export Media but the timeline or the program monitor is not highlighted, that option will be grayed out. What are the exact specs of the WAV files?

Okay, so here is the answer: Actually don’t know how the timeline would be inactive, but yes, as far as I can tell. I had the film transfered to pro res hq, and I’m trying to sync it with my audio, which is a.

You cannot link two video clips together, regardless of how much audio they may want to share. Well, both clips are highlighted on the timeline. Have you successfully used Merge Clips on your computer with the current software? What are the exact specs of the WAV files? After setting the clip on A3 to mono in the project panel, and adding it anew to the A3 track, it finally works. I have a video and audio clip marked for syncing, outt all the options for the clip pulldown menu are grayed out.

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Try putting both clips in the same Bin in the Browser if they aren’t already i tried synnchronize too, to no avail. If you try to export Media but the timeline or the program monitor is not highlighted, that option will be grayed out. You probably want to use either grouping or nesting, not linking for this case.

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This has nothing to do with the tracks, all three tracks are “standard”, so they allow to carry stereo and mono clips. Could it possible have to do with the format of my files? Return to posts index.

Is there a way for the timeline NOT to be highlighted if both clips are? Michael Tiemann Michael Tiemann 4, 1 6 This doesn’t make any sense to me.

Although the probability is unlikely, the possibility exists. Once Synchronizee added the video track, saved, closed, and reopened, everything worked. Now the context menu entry “LINK” is greyed out. Post as a guest Name. Apr 29, 1: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Email Required, but never shown. However, if I right click on the clips I don’t get a grayed out menu, which is your actual problem, so I’m stumped, but then again, I’m definitely not the final source of wisdom. Florian Florian 8 3. I first unlinked the camera audio from the video, then selected the video clips, the cam audio and the external recorded audio clips. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

What are the reasons that the entire menu for clips might be grayed out? Any solutions for this? What he means is, is the timeline panel “active”, as in is it outlined in blue. Hi Michael, thanks for clarifying the underlying concepts! Try putting both clips in the same Bin in the Browser if they aren’t already.

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Finally made this work! Sign up using Facebook. I allready found the answer why it didn’t work here at first place – see my comment above. Grouping allows you to treat multiple clips of audio and video as part of the same group for selection, moving, trimming, etc. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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Linking is the lowest-level, assigning audio tracks to a single video clip. Nesting creates a new sequence with all the audio and video clips you want to behave as if it’s just a single entity. Ask a question Reset. You can change the relationships and of course edit within that entity, but to do so you have to open up that sequence on its own timeline.

I have an adjustment layer, one of many video clips, and the audio track selected, but the blue greyee is on my Program panel. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

Now with ALL three clips in mono, I now can link them together with the video clip!