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Can I offset timecode ? 07 Dec 2016 06:49 #83700

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Hi - yesterday I recorded multicam recordings at a conference with all recordings having real timecode for syncing.

I now see that one camera is offset by 1 sec and 2 frames compared to the other cameras and soundrecorders.

In FCPx, what would be the right way to move the recordings in place - it seems I cannot add the 1sec2f to the timecode and if I manually move the clips, they all "collapse magnetically" and ends up completely out of sync.

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Can I offset timecode ? 07 Dec 2016 09:07 #83703

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Hi,

As you know what is the offset, just create the multicam clip with timecode angle synchronisation (deselect audio for sync).
Then open the multicam clip, select the angle you want to offset, type on your numpad +102 "enter" and this clip and only this one move on.
Is it what you need ?

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