Hey everyone! I have a question that I seemingly can't find an answer to, but I welcome the possibility that I've probably stared at it countless times without realizing that was the solution.
I've cut up some raw footage into a video, however, in the middle of it, the client sent me a revised raw footage file, that included some more takes and some color correction.
I don't want to start cutting it up all over and would like to simply sync the cut-up bits to the *new footage*. I know there is a way to select the timeline clip and reveal it inside the original footage in the browser, but no idea if there is a way to reveal it (based on audio?) in a whole new raw footage file. Maybe there's a Multicam workaround?
I've attached a screenshot. The primary timeline is where the original cut-up clips are, the long clip above is what I need to cut up according to the ones below in perfect sync.
It appears your timeline is mostly separate video with detached audio, although I see one sync clip icon.
This illustrates why it is generally best to use a multicam clip, not a sync clip or detached audio -- even when you have only a single audio and video source. Multicam clips in the timeline inherit changes made to the multicam parent clip in the event browser, but sync clips do not.
If it was a multicam clip you could simply add the new camera angle then use the Angle Editor to decide when to use that angle in the timeline.
However if it's truly a different take (not just a different angle of the same take), then audio will not line up. There is no magic way to sync two different takes with different audio.