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In PluralEyes 4, you can export a synchronized timeline as an XML file that can be imported into Resolve 16 or later. To access this feature, click the Export Timeline tab, then choose FCP 7 XML V5 Files (.xml) from the Export Format drop-down menu.
What is XML?
An XML file is a small text file that references your media files, and indicates the order and spacing of the media files relative to each other. When you import the XML file, Resolve creates a project with all of the media that's in the sequence(s).
TIP: You always have the option of exporting the timeline as video/audio files, rather than exporting an XML file. To learn about this, see Export Timeline> Media Files.
Here are the steps:
With this option, all the unsynchronized clips will be moved to the end of the timeline after a sync is done.