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Old Jun 1, 2011, 9:20 AM   #11
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The biggest problem of adding an audio track in post-editing is synchronization.

The audio recorder's clock may not be the same speed as the D3100.

Especially for lip-sync'ing speeches.
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Old Jun 2, 2011, 6:43 AM   #12
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The biggest problem of adding an audio track in post-editing is synchronization.

The audio recorder's clock may not be the same speed as the D3100.

Especially for lip-sync'ing speeches.
True with external audio inserted, however, with camera recorded audio, the software separates to individual video and audio tracks. You can definately fine tune the audio track (volume, hiss/noise etc) without affecting timing. The OP is a DJ with sound overwhelming from the nearby monitor speakers. Lip sync isn't an issue, particurally if narration as a DJ is off camera "background" as the camera pans the croud.

Also, more advanced, when transitioning between scenes, able to do "L" or "J" cuts of the audio track t avoid the abruptness of the scene change. Likewise, with additional audo tracks can do voiceover to enhance the original without destruying the original.
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