Timing with lip synchs
I render most of my animations as png sequences (or rpf sequences) for later compositing in After Effects and final production with Adobe Premiere.
It's often a pain to get lip synchs lined back up properly, especially if I do tests with low frame rates.
Any standard way of dealing with this problem.
If it's just a character with no background, I could put markers in Carrara (off to the side with text labels or other symbols corresponding to start of a given word or phrase which I can then mask out later) - but for scenes where the background is utilized that wouldn't work.
If I render something from the beginning of a song or piece of dialogue, there's no lining up to be done, but for fragments of clips this is often a problem.
Thanks for any suggestions.