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How to Export Audio / Video Sync Results using Track Export in Woowave DreamSync
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Woowave DreamSync Home Edition is Mac-compatible software for automatically synchronizing separate audio and video files. It is particularly useful for multi-camera workflows or any shoot that employs double system audio recording. Simply drag-and-drop or add multiple files into the software's media bin, click the "Prepare" button to analyze the clips, and then click "Sync" to have the files automatically lineup on a timeline based on the audio waveforms of the clips. You can even import multiple camera angles from different projects at once and the software will sync and sort them into separate sequences/timelines.
A split-screen preview window lets you easily view your synchronization results across multiple camera angles. You can select any individual video and audio track from a sequence that you want to combine together and export the clip as a new Quicktime file using H.264 compression. You can even cut a multi-camera edit right inside of Woowave DreamSync and then export out the final edit as a QuickTime file.
Drag and drop multiple camera angles, clips, and even efferent projects at once and DreamSync will sync and port them into separate sequences/timelines.
Export Individual Clips
Woowave DreamSync gives you the option to save each camera angle as QuickTime (.mov) files, replacing the on-camera audio. Simply select the video and audio tracks from a timeline that you want to export together, with the elected audio replacing the audio of the selected video file. All clips are exported at their native resolution using H.264 compression. As each clip finishes, a QuickTime player will open, playing the resulting files.
This features lets you cut a multi-camera edit right inside of Woowave DreamSync and then export that as a QuickTime file. This is done by clicking the camera angles inside of the preview window as you play or scrub through the timeline. The software will record each click as a cut to that camera angle. When you're done, click "Save Edit" and a native-resolution QuickTime video will export, using H.264 compression.
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QuickTime X supported codecs QuickTime 7 supported codecs (via conversion)