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  • Wed, Jul 11 2018 1:42 AM In reply to

    Re: Multigrouping Avid 2018 without Pluraleyes

    Glad you got it working! Good luck with your project.

    Just for the record, did you ever re-try the MC wavefprm analysis Grouping tool using the same media elements that worked sucessfully in Premiere?

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    Re: Multigrouping Avid 2018 without Pluraleyes

    Thanks! And yes, unfortunately the multigrouping by waveworm in Avid couldn't handle it. It would work on chunks at a time if I only did 15 minutes or so. I will say that just plain grouping by waveform has been fairly accurate. 

    Ultimately I did realize that I could bring all these clips into Premiere and then use Pluraleyes 4 to sync in a timeline.

    Then you have the option of exporting each video track as a solid camera clip and then grouping in Avid by in points. OR you could export an AAF (because for some reason my AAF from Premiere > Avid DOES work) and assign auxiliary time code to the subclips (or use to do it automatically).

    I guess it boils down to how much time/money/human error/metadata stripping you want to deal with. Exporting solid camera clips has been the most efficient for editing, but I don't know how it's going to affect the online down the road. But I've saved myself a ton of time and human error with that method. 

    Overall I think Avid has a lot of work to do in the multicam world. 

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