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If you are wanting to have good quality audio in your video recordings see this tutorial: https://www.activemelody.com/forums/topic/how-to-record-yourself-with-better-audio-and-with-a-jam-track/
When doing this method, I used to have a crazy hard time aligning the good quality audio on my videos until I started processing my videos with a free program (https://handbrake.fr/downloads.php) before aligning.
If you record with a tablet or phone, processing before aligning is critical. These types of devices have a hard time keep a constant framerate when recording which gets the audio off when trying to align. So all you have to do is process them in the program above and change the framerate to match your recording device. If you have an iPad or iPhone the frame rate is in the picture below and you just toggle “constant framerate” and process the file. I don’t mess with anything else.
If you don’t know the framerate of your recording device, you can either download this program MediaInfo (https://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo) and find out by letting it look at a video file from your device or do a trial and error processing your video file at different framerates until the audio matches.
Just make sure you are strumming or clapping at the beginning of your videos so you can align those spikes in audio.
Contact me if you need help with any of this. Technical issues are something you don’t want to deal with if you don’t have to as it takes time away from your playing.
Happy Picking Everyone!
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