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I know for a fact GoPro gets its music from extrememusic.com, and I personally use Night3x from youtube for electronic music, and RFGB for orchestral music. AudioJungle offers some great services to. Another source is CC-Mixter, straight from the creative commons, but I myself do not think that the library present is too good. If you are looking for audio ...


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My favorites: Premiumbeat AudioJungle


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This sounds like an opinion-based "list" question, so it will probably get blocked in a while. But for now I can say I've used AudioMicro.com and like a lot of their music. I hear good things about incompetech.com. You can also just Google "royalty-free music sites" and you'll find several, each with different terms and prices.


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You can use pretty much any movie editor that allows the import of single frames. First line up your audio, work out where you want the key frames to be (eg for reversing the movement when shaking the head) and then fill in the other frames. If your editor allows interpolation between frames, then you can use this to make the movie less jerky. Or you can ...


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A/V sync problems are noticeable at about +/- 0.1 sec. The samplerate clock in your phone and camera would have to be exactly the same speed to within 0.1 sec over 10 mins, or however long your clips are, for you to be able align at only one point. 0.1 / (10 * 60) = .0001. That's about 1 part in 10k. Wikipedia says quartz clocks are often as good as 6 ...


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There's a semi-automatic way to do this – semi automatic because it involves only typing three keystrokes over and over: xf,, xf,, xf,… — you could train your cat to do it! Here's how it goes: make sure the audio is enabled for the tracks you want to restore (you only need to do this once) park the playhead over one of the clips. hit x (for Mark ...


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You really want to have XLR input capability to use decent quality mics, but you can get that directly in a recorder for a little bit less than the cost of the field mixer. Zoom makes a nice selection of products that are pretty popular for having XLR inputs at a cheap price. You also don't need to use quite as expensive of mics. Audio Technica, among ...


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As far as I know, there is no quick way to bring the audio back into a sequence after deleting it. I learned this the hard way a while back, and now, I either drop the unneeded audio into a muted track or use subclips to store the audio/video together. If you haven't done much trimming of your clips in the sequence, and the clips happen to come from ...


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You could simplify your costs and needs with this approach to your kit: Get a similar unit to the Alesis PalmTrack to record your audio, preferably on 2 channels, or as a pair of Left and Right inputs from suitable microphones. Monitor your Left & Right balance with suitable headphones to ensure the usual clean, distortion free audio. Later, you could ...


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In the question sync separate audio to video+bad-camera-audio, free NLE recommendations I detailed how I manually did A/V sync for audio recorded separately from the video, with audacity and ffmpeg. 44.1kHz vs 48kHz has nothing to do with the drift. The problem is that the camera's clock isn't exactly the same speed as the laptop's clock, so even though ...


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Apart from the other benefits mentioned - mic placement, quality of the pre-amps, ability to properly monitor levels, another advantage is that many of the good quality digital recorders (like the Zooms) will let you record 24 bit samples at up to 96kHz. To use a not completely accurate analogy, that's like recording raw video at 4K instead of 8-bit at ...



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