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  • Mon, Oct 17 2005 10:49 PM

    Speed Effect could maintain audio...(?)

    Like the good old linear tapes do: if I speed up or slower the video, I could use it's audio as well. Now it takes 4 steps to achieve this:

    - make the speed effect with the video

    - calculate the accurate value and use time compression expansion to make audio the same length

    - use pitch shift to get the sound similar to linear systems (these two audiosuite effects already need a mixdown of audio)

    -edit the video and audio to the same place

    And to top it all, Avid can do it realtime if you press L twice Smile [:)]

    So it would be nice if I could choose to maintain audio when making a speed clip, and choose whether or not to use pitch shift beside time compression.

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  • Tue, Oct 18 2005 5:36 AM In reply to

    • JJ van Rensburg
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    Re: Speed Effect could maintain audio...(?)

    Brilliant idea. I could use this a lot!
    Thx

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  • Tue, Oct 18 2005 5:52 AM In reply to

    • erik1185
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    Re: Speed Effect could maintain audio...(?)

    This would indeed be very handy.
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  • Tue, Oct 18 2005 6:01 AM In reply to

    • carlgmi
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    Re: Speed Effect could maintain audio...(?)

    Yes please!
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  • Wed, Oct 19 2005 1:01 AM In reply to

    • Rob Stowell
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    Re: Speed Effect could maintain audio...(?)

    yeah. and ramp it too, please!
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  • Wed, Oct 19 2005 9:09 PM In reply to

    • AK-Jake
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    Re: Speed Effect could maintain audio...(?)

    I have been asking for what Xeri mentioned for years.  All Avid needs to do is place a little checkbox in the Motion Effect Editor dialog box that says something like "Render Audio With Video?" and it's done.

    I have also been asking for audio abilities in Timewarp, or even a full-blown Audio Timewarp effect for almost a year now.

    They would be MOST welcome additions!

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