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  • Wed, Mar 4 2015 12:16 AM

    • swnp
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    Need Help! Custom audio outputs

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    Hello,

    In FCP7 when finished an edit I need to send the audio to the post audio house. I do so by splitting the audio into 2 outputs 1 for production audio and vo and the 2nd for sfx and music. I can go to sequence settings, then audio and change it to dual mono allowing me the ability to send my audio to 2 outputs.

    Then on the timeline I can send my production audio and vo to output 1 and sfx and music to output 2. I do this by right clicking on the audio channel and then I can choose output 1 or 2.

     

    Is there a way to this in media composer. I'm working in 8. Thanks so much!

  • Wed, Mar 4 2015 7:31 AM In reply to

    • TrevorA
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    Re: Need Help! Custom audio outputs

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    Normally this is done via exporting an AAF (or OMF in FCP7)

    This gives much more flexibility to the dub.

     

  • Wed, Mar 4 2015 8:06 AM In reply to

    Re: Need Help! Custom audio outputs

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    Hi Scott,

    Please don't post the same question more than once.  If you still need help on an existing thread, reply to it with the word "bump" to move it back to the top of the list and let people know you need more help.

    Anyone else who wants to help, go to this link:

    http://community.avid.com/forums/t/132762.aspx

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