I like to make a video with a bunch of images and an underlying music track. Now I would like to sync the length of the images to the beat of the music. I know that there is a Bake Sound to F-Curve, but I have no idea how to use the data of that f-curve to an array of clips and influence the length of those clips.

I tried google search, but didn't found any solution for my problem. Maybe anyone has done something similar or has an idea. Thank you!

There is a option in N-panel in VSE editor "Draw waveform":

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If you activate it blender will draw audio waveform on selected sound clip:

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You can use it as a guide for trimming and moving video-clips

  • Thanks, but that would still involve that I manually move the lengths of the clips. I was hoping that there is a way where I could maybe map two thresholds to this wavedata and then everytime they switch a new clip is created. I hope you understand what I'm talking about :) – Seb Sep 27 at 11:47
  • You could try these add-ons to do the beat detection in Audacity, export the labels and import them as markers into Blender(I haven't testet it): blenderartists.org/t/audacity-labels-to-timeline-markers-script/… – tintwotin Sep 28 at 19:14

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