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  • Fri, Nov 24 2023 9:45 AM

    Sequence merge for AUDIO...

    One thing that I can't fault Avid on is the timesaving involved in merging a set of colour corrections from one sequence to another. Unless I'm mistaken, there's no way to do this with audio?

    By this I mean, if I have one sequence that has been "dubbed" as it were - lots of levels changes, keyframes etc and I inherit a 2nd cut of the same sequence but with changes - rather than recut in all the clips from the first sequence Avid should just be able to do what it does with grades and find identical clips and apply the same audio adjustments to them. 

    I'd love to be able to drag the old sequence to source and merge any audio changes in to the new one in record. 

    This doesn't exist does it?

    Andi

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  • Sat, Nov 25 2023 12:12 AM In reply to

    • jwrl
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    Re: Sequence merge for AUDIO...

    You could of course use your revised version as source and edit the audio from that into a copy of the original cut.  Isn't that functionally identical to what you want to do?  I feel that I must have missed something.

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  • Sat, Nov 25 2023 7:00 PM In reply to

    Re: Sequence merge for AUDIO...

    Sure, although it's more likely you'd do it the other way round right? Have your original in the source and cut audio in to the new version in record. What I'm after is a way to avoid the part where I cut in audio. The sequence could have been moved around and rejigged and the clips still exist but in a differnt timecode. Rather than me taking time finding the new position and if the duration is the same etc, this process would just find matching clips and inherit the mixer settings for that clip. Exactly as the colour correction merge does with matching source segments. 

    If the source timecode matches and the clip matches but the source has audio keyframes etc then copy them across to the matching clips in the new timeline. Save me the time of manually cutting in my clips from the other sequence. Make sense?

    Andi

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