Synchronize Pro X

Synchronize! Pro X is a professional-strength file synchronization and backup utility for Mac OS X.
Compatible with macOS Mojave - Synchronize! Pro X works on Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion, and Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.14, 10.13, 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6).
Mojave and High Sierra compatibility - Synchronize! Pro X runs on High Sierra and copies files correctly on HFS+ and APFS volumes. However, it does not make a bootable backup of a Mojave or High Sierra system.
Not compatible with MacOS Catalina - Because Synchronize! Pro X is a 32-bit application, it is not supported by Apple on MacOS 10.15 Catalina and later operating systems. A compatible 64-bit version of Synchronize! Pro X is not planned.
Bootable OS X backups - Synchronize! Pro X backs up your OS X startup disk to another hard disk, so that the backup disk is bootable. Make a copy of your system so that you can start up any Macintosh from the backup, or move your current OS X system from one computer to another - even to a different model Macintosh.
Speed - On Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and later, Synchronize! Pro X scans folders as much as 10 times faster. New technology makes it possible to reduce the 10 minutes or more for a bootable backup scan to a typical time of under 1 minute.
Works on XServe - Synchronize! Pro X is compatible with OS X Server, XServe, and Xsan.
Archive old files - Keep old files in an archive, so that you can go back to them if you need to. Archived files can be grouped for convenient burning to CD. As the archive fills up, the oldest files in the archive are automatically removed to make space for newer files.
Quickly update your backup - Subsequent backups copy only the files that have changed, instead of copying all your files over again, so that updating the backup is much faster.
Schedule your backup - Run your backup automatically at a convenient time, when you're not using your computer.
Network backup - Make a bootable backup to a disk image over a network. For detailed instructions, click here.
Synchronize! Pro X has many other uses, too. As an example, you can sync your home folder with a file server, or your PowerBook, or a FireWire disk, so that the files on both are up-to-date.
Synchronize! Pro X actions can be scheduled to be performed when changes occur, at night, or at any preset time, once or periodically, without anyone present. Passwords can be supplied automatically for file server connections.
To update to the latest version,download the new version and use it to replace the previous version. Your serial number is valid for any new version released within two years of your purchase of a license. After two years, you'll need to purchase a license renewal.

Pro X is a 32-bit application, it is not supported by Apple on MacOS 10.15 Catalina and later operating systems. A compatible 64-bit version of Synchronize! Pro X is not planned. Pro X 6.9 is compatible with macOS Mojave through OS X 10.6. Download it here. Pro X is not compatible with MacOS Catalina - Because Synchronize! Pro X is a 32-bit application, it is not supported by Apple on MacOS 10.15 Catalina and later operating systems. A compatible 64-bit version of Synchronize! Pro X is not planned. Pro X is a professional-strength file synchronization and backup utility for Mac OS X. Compatible with macOS Mojave - Synchronize! Pro X works on Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion, and Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.14, 10.13, 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6). Pro Tools Sync X serves as the backbone of modern audio post production, providing reliable low-jitter clocking and near sample-accurate lock with frame edge alignment. It’s a critical component for dubbing, ADR, Foley, and other precision workflows and a must-have in every room of your facility that requires audio sync to picture. In the FCPX browser, select all the audio and video clips you want to sync. Step 2: In the menu bar, choose Clip Synchronize clips. A window will pop up and this is where you set up the sync.

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So, you just shot something awesome, but you recorded your video and your audio on different devices. You’re going to need to sync those up!

If you want to do it manually, you’ll be old and gray by the time those tracks match perfectly. Luckily Final Cut Pro X (FCPX) makes it super simple to sync audio.

Here’s how to do it.

How to sync your audio in Final Cut Pro

Step 1:

In the FCPX browser, select all the audio and video clips you want to sync.

Step 2:

In the menu bar, choose Clip > Synchronize clips. A window will pop up and this is where you set up the sync.

Step 3:

Type in a name for your newly-synced clip, check the box for Use audio for synchronization.Pro-tip: If you want to remove your reference audio from the video track, just check the box to Disable audio components on AV clips. Maxel.

Step 4:

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Click OK. Now sit back and let the FCPX perform actual miracles!

Step 5:

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Once it’s done syncing, Final Cut Pro will generate a synced clip with the name you specified earlier. Simply click and drag the newly created clip into your timeline and you’re done!

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