Hello all. Fantastic forum and already helpful for someone new to video editing. I have a silly question that I could not find an answer to using the search function.
I play in a band and we have an upcoming gig that is really important. We are playing with a number of signed bands, at a venue that has a video projector. We are trying to put together a video that can be displayed during our last song. Basically, our music is acting like the soundtrack to that video. It is very difficult to sync a 5 minute live performance to a video, and I was wondering if there was any software that existed that would allow a friend of ours off-stage to cue/trigger the video to our song. This in essence is similar to how PowerPoint animations work (you hit the button at a specific point in the song, and a sequence of animations occur). One friend suggested just simply hitting pause/play at certain points in the video so that they align with the song, but then the giant pause and play symbols appear in the middle of the screen. I don't know that any software like this exists, but I am currently a Mac user and would appreciate any and all advice that I can get. Thank you so much in advance!
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Yes, there is software that makes video "dance" to the beat of a song. Look for "Beat Reactor". The only one's I know of is in BorisCC and HitFilm for Mac.
The HiFilm for Mac is probably all you need. Boris is expensive.