Audio Synchronization can be imported and exported between drill files. This is a real time saver if you are working with multiple versions of a file. Importing an audio sync allows you to bypass syncing audio for a file, if the file you are importing into has the same audio sync data.

Exporting an Audio Sync

  • Go to File, Document Options, and select the Preferences tab.
  • Choose Export Sync for the audio file.
  • A Save Drill Sync File window will open; give the audio sync a file name, and specify where you want to save the sync file. Press Save when you are done.
  • A 3D Audio Sync file (.snc file type) will be created with the name you gave, in the location you specified.

Importing an Audio Sync

  • Go to File, Document Options, and select the Preferences tab.
  • Choose the audio file you would like the drill to sync to, then press OK in Document Options.
  • Press the speaker button on the Count Track. A new window will appear, with various options to sync the audio file.
  • Choose the Import button in the Audio File Synchronization window.
  • Select the 3D Audio Sync file (.snc file type) you wish to use, then press Open. The drill file will then be synced to the audio file.

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