Hello good helpers in the Shotcut-forum
I am a beginner in editing video - and obviously with this program. I have watched several tutorials and read some posts in this forum.
It can be tricky though, to find out and search for exactly how to do “things”/apply the tools described in the mentioned videos and posts. Therefore these questions:
I have a long video that is split in two parts when transferred from camera to pc. When I place them after one on the timeline, there is a black spot in between the tracks both when played in the program and exported. I’ve been told from someone using another program (well this is how I remember it told) that a folder with both files were imported to the program to avoid this gap. Is that possible in this program? Or if not, is there another suggestion?
I have a separate audio track to the video(s), and I find it hard to get it quite right with cutting. To be honest, I haven’t tried that much, but just to get started seems difficult even with slow motion - when I don’t know how to use the sound waves, etc. So I thought it must be an easier way to synchronize to sound … In the forum I can see that http://auxmic.com/ is suggested to help. Does anybody know this? If yes: How is the sound from the video file and audio file synchronized in this tool? The audio is obviously the one to be used … Will the output be a video the good/right sound be saved? (So that I can start cutting and editing the video without having to be bothered with the sound issue).