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    • Glans
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    Importing audio and sync

    I'm working on a large feature film project with 2 and 3 cameras for every scene. The sound was recorded on an Edirol R4 with boom and lavalier mic's.

    I'm trying to import the audio correctly so that everything works later on when we deliver to sound design. Some of the shots doesn't have timelock timecode syncing and I need to manually sync it. Problem is that the sound looks like this


    When I import it they are named 1234 and I don't get the scene number for those tracks. How do I import sound like this?

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  • Sat, Nov 2 2013 4:57 PM In reply to

    Re: Importing audio and sync

    The R4 does not seem to hold any production metadata.

    As a workaround, use the column "Source Path". It will contain the the folder info.

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