My cousin and I have decided to dabble in the world of youtube Let's Playing. (Basically playing videogames and commentating on them for those who don't know), we've collected some footage and now it's up to me to put it all together. I'm a fairly fast learner when it comes to new programs, but I was hoping for a kick-start as it were.
I have my self a copy of Sony Vegas Pro 10C, and I have a 5 hour-ish .mt2s video file made with my HD-PVR, and a 5 hour-ish .mp3 file. Because the recording is of two people there's faint game audio in the audio file, so I need to synchronise them up perfectly, I imagine this will involve tedious slight adjustments, so could anyone give me any handy tips or shortcuts to make video audio synching okay for my first time?
I'll assume there's a decent guide on here already on what settings to use for the 'best' quality to render it in before uploading it to youtube as well? That's all I really want to do right now, nothing fancy.. just getting the audio file in it's proper synch, cutting up the 5 hours into 20-ish minutes segments and then rendering them.
Any help for this newbie is most appreciated.