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As you are going to be uploading to YouTube anyway you can use the YouTube Video Editor that they include for free in Creator Studio. It includes the ability to cut and spice videos as well as add music or other audio channels. YouTube also includes a selection of free (as in beer and speech to the degree that you can use it on YouTube) music that you can ...


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If your plan is to deliver the end product as a DCP, you don't need any Dolby licensing or approval, you can just deliver the theater mix as a 6 discrete channels 5.1 mix in the DCP container. Nevertheless, you will need an experienced sound mixer and appropriate dubbing theater. Budgeting the audio production and post-production will depend on many factors ...


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Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve offers a free version, is available on Mac, Linux, and Windows, and is well-suited to creating video collages. One of the effects added in version 17 is actually called “video collage” and greatly simplifies the process over past versions. Additionally, if you synchronize the timecode of all cameras before you start ...


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At the start of the accompaniment track, about 15 seconds before the music starts, record a clap, or other loud but brief sound. Have your choir members record this clap sound from the accompaniment track onto their contributed recording, but not record the rest of the accompaniment. You can do this by having the singers put on their headphones, but unplug ...


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Create a compound clip with the music on the audio track. This will fix them in place. Replace the individual clips with the compound clip.


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It seems that what you are looking for is an HDMI audio embedder. It seems that the Tascam DR-701D offers this functionality as described in Outputting this unit's audio as the HDMI output audio Examples of external alternative such products can be found here (I am not affiliated with these manufacturers, other products might exist): Kramer FC-69 Extron ...


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To answer only the first part, film sound is often split into three parts: music, effects, and dialog. This allows dialog to be replaced for dubbing. This isn't a hard-and-fast rule but it's the general way it's been done for a long time. This is not how the sound is released, though. For release these are combined into a theatrical mix of two or more (for ...


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From FFmpeg Documentation – Detailed Description: ffmpeg calls the libavformat library (containing demuxers) to read input files and get packets containing encoded data from them. When there are multiple input files, ffmpeg tries to keep them synchronized by tracking lowest timestamp on any active input stream. Encoded packets are then passed ...


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You can use tsMuxer to simply switch out the audio in the MTS without re-encoding the video or audio. MTS is just a container format, it's the "housing" for the video and audio streams. Though your audio has to have the exact same length to be in sync with the video and the audio format has to be supported by the M(2)TS file format.


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Premiere Pro has a number of default transitions under the "video transitions" tab in the effects pane (usually located in the bottom left of the window). Are those what you are looking for? If you have experience with After Effects, you could also use AE's more robust effects library to animate interesting effects for your videos. Based on your included ...


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