Posted on Dec 28, 2019
Let’s say you want to make a music video of you lip syncing to a song. You have two files:
When you add these two files to VideoStudio Pro, you’ll need to adjust the start time of one so that the lip movement in the video file is in sync with the audio. One way to do this is as follows:
Play the music track until you hear the first point in time when you hear the vocals. At that point set a marker by clicking on the bar underneath the timeline. A green triangle marker will appear. If you make a mistake in placing the marker, you can drag it to another position.
If you are having a hard time finding the first vocal point, set a preview range around the time of the first vocal point. Then, keep playing the preview range and update the marker position. To set a preview range,
In the player control panel, you’ll see two yellow markers indicating the preview range relative to the entire project length.
In the timeline, you’ll see an orange bar indicating the preview ranger.
To play the preview range, make sure that “Project —” is selected / highlighted and not “Clip —”. Then click the play button. You can also click the loop button so the preview range plays repeatedly.
If the preview range appears very short, you can zoom in by clicking the + magnifying glass button.
Doing so allows you to see finer time increments in the timeline.
Don’t add the video to the Video track because doing so forces the video to begin from time 0 instead of a later time. Mute the audio in the Overlay 1 track by click the Mute icon.
Drag the video track to the left and right and repeatedly play the preview range until the lip movement in the video is in sync with the vocal sound from the audio track.