“AutoSync” for Final Cut Pro:
Batch sync dual-system sound using jam-synced SMPTE/EBU timecode
Last year without Sync-N-Link it would take me about a day to sync and log a weeks worth of shooting.
This year the exact same job takes me (no exaggeration) about 1 minute. PLUS, the audio track info is converted into
audio component names AND Roles tags
Marcus R. Moore, Editor
Eliminate the time-consuming chore of manually synchronizing dailies (a.k.a. rushes) by batch processing an Event of unsynchronized clips exported from Final Cut Pro X.
Get your dailies ready in minutes instead of hours.
Sync-N-Link X will save days ahead of editorial and opens new flexibility in editing dual-system sound
How to Create Dailies with Shot Notes X and Sync-N-Link X
Fantastic, worth-every-penny piece of software. This literally cuts down pre-editing work to mere seconds. There’s no reason to manually sync audio/video clips any other way, unless you’re only doing a few takes. I was dreading synching all the clips for a feature I was editing, and a friend told me about this, and it took me something like 2 minutes to sync the entire movie’s footage!
ras1138 (via app store)
Sync-N-Link requires a bit more in terms of specific gear on the production side, but its benefits can be massive.
Marcus R. Moore
Great product. I used this after shooting double-system sound for a short film. Worked flawlessly in just seconds, and literally save scores, if not over a hundred hours of work.
Worth every penny.