I get a new version of the video to work on. What can I do?
It's a common occurrence in the world of audio description: You've just delivered your script, but then your client gets back to you with a new version of the video.
Don't worry - all your hard work won't go to waste. We've developed a fairly simple workaround you can use on Frazier. All you have to do is copy the project and use the bulk edit function to make any timing changes to your script.
Copy your project
- First, go to the overview of your project
- Click on the three dots next to the project and select “Copy Project”.
Upload new video
Click on “New Video” to upload the updated version of your video.
Use the bulk edit function to change the timecode of your cue points
- First, click on the quick navigation feature in the top right of the editor.
- This will then open up a sidebar containing all the cue points in the script.
- Click on the light blue bulk edit button to select all the cue points.
- You can select and deselect individual cue points using the check marks next to them.
You can use the search field to filter cue points containing the search term.
- To change the timecode of the marked cue points, use the function at the bottom of the sidebar.
- You can enter in the amount of time in the entry field. Use the rewind or fast forward button to change the timecode.