transtatic wrote:I'm loving PluralEyes, it's been saving me a lot of headaches, and in the interest of continuing its improvement there are 2 features I feel would drastically improve the program (in my humble opinion):
2) Allow an option of 'Reference track(s)' or the ability to 'lock' tracks in place
-Usually when I'm syncing anything I almost always have at least one track that I use as my 'reference track', a track that does NOT move on the timeline. It would be AWESOME to have the option to keep that track in place and have everything sync to it, rather then every clip from the day move to new auxiliary timecode positions. The reason this is helpful is because we receive tape-logs & field-notes that correspond to actual timecode, and after I sync anything those tape-logs & field-notes become almost useless. Also, sometimes we'll use up to 15 cameras, and we'll jam-sync the first 3 of them along with ext audio, and I'll need to sync the rest to them. PluralEyes will usually keep the first 3 in sync but it will move them around on the timeline as it sees fit...very frustrating.
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