Appendix A. A Shot at Troubleshooting
If this were the philosopher Gottfried Leibniz’s best of all possible worlds, I would have nothing to put into this appendix. However, experience has shown me that the philosopher Murphy trumps Leibniz: things will go wrong in any given situation, if you give them a chance. This appendix describes some common syncing problems and my advice for conquering them.
Scrutinize Common Troublemakers
Syncing involves a variety of different programs and devices all working together. Any one of the actors in this syncing drama can, metaphorically, forget or flub a line or miss an entrance: when that happens, syncs won’t work right. Here I describe the general causes of miscues that make syncs go wrong, and offer some tips ...