robin loops wrote:If you end up having to sync video and audio (recorded simultaneously) its helps to start the video using a metronome that has a light. Then sync the video/audio at the beginning using the audio clicks which will correspond to the visual light. Other methods include clapping hands, fingernail tap on bridge etc. The quicker attack and decay the sound has, the easier it will be to sync. Actually quite easy once you get the hang of it.
I have found it very easy to synch with Sony Vegas by magnifying
the wave forms for the video camera audio and the separately recorded audio really big. Then it's super easy just to drag one track's waveform to be directly in line with the other. I don't ever need to do any clapping hands or anything like that.