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Music videos are often the easiest type of video to sync because they rarely (but sometimes) contain any live sound from the set. Usually, the people in the video are lip-syncing to a recording of their own music, which they’ve rehearsed many times, and have no problem repeating. In postproduction, all an editor needs to do is replace the camera scratch ...


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I'm not aware of any easy software to do that, but I'm posting anyway, since it could be useful to others as well. There are open source projects that attempt to do what you require, basically by applying what @Jason Conrad said in his answer. One of them is craigfrancis/audio-detect that you can find on GitHub. You first need to generate samples of the ...


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Use a TRS cable. Make sure you reduce the line-out level in your Zoom H5, otherwise the audio in your camera will peak all the time. The quality/purity of the copper in the cable is irrevelant. This OFC vs. OCC is just marketing-blah-blah. Apparently no manufacturer has been able to prove any discernible difference. A real problem is that these 3.5mm jacks ...


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I had almost no experience in video editing and I used kapwing (https://www.kapwing.com/tools). I found it to be very intuitive. It is free for videos below 7 minutes as output and below 250MB of input. If you don't want to pay any money, you can trim the videos using kapwing and remerge them using the photos app (https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/merge-...


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You'd probably want to download them, and process the audio, so that you could search faster than realtime. Doing that without a paid, premium subscription might violate YouTube's Terms of Service, and it might even violate the TOS WITH a premium subscription, so be sure you study those carefully, first. If you can manage to download them, you might be able ...


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