He2neg wrote: ↑Thu Jan 14, 2021 10:25
What did you try would be nice to hear first =)
Transport BPM then set the beats for each clip and combine with autopilot.... somewere there i would start...
but I probably want to have a large number of clips to choose from. like say 50-300 clips per song. Thank you for taking the time to help me seriously
this seems like there may be my answer in there but I am still new to this so Ill try that stuff even though I dont fully get all of it ill figure it out and report back how it goes. thanks a lot!!!Arvol wrote: ↑Fri Jan 15, 2021 16:35 I would start by normalizing all of your clips, make a template inside premiere or fcp and make sure the clips fill that template up with no overhangs or under shoots. Most the shows I run have artists playing music around the 127-128 bpm range, so I try to make a template in premiere with a 1.9-2.0 second range for a simple looping clip, if the clip is a LOT longer than I just multiply 1.9-2.0 by numbers until it get's close to the duration of the clip. This way all my clips are in the same multiples of my base beat, which makes syncing clips a lot easier for you. just throw on the transport method to BPM and start tapping. Inside of premiere, I also try to align key moments or frames that have a big impact to the downbeat of that template, or if it's a longer clip, a downbeat midway through that template, so that moment fires off on the downbeat of the song.
From there, it's just a matter of organizing your clips in Resolume and using the bpm transport to handle the heavy lifting.
Use autopiliot, or assign the "next" column trigger to a dial and have at it. Turn on beat snapping to keep it all in sync when changing clips.
I was mainly stating that 95% of the music I work around is 127-128 so I format most of my clips to that BPM, But... The beauty of getting all of you clips in sync with a single BPM, regardless of what BPM it is, once you change Resolume's BPM, ALL of you clips will follow and remain in sync/beat.