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  • Re: Speed Changes In Avid!!

    Thanks guys for all the feedback! I really appreciate it! While we're on the subject of multicam clilps - I have a question about the audio that's showing up when I make a multicam clip. The production team shot with the Sony F5500 which has it's own audio tracks that carry over when I make my day sync. These audio tracks have no sound so
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by Robert85 on Wed, Aug 20 2014
  • Re: Speed Changes In Avid!!

    Totally agree. For now, the video mixdown method works pretty well.
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by Robert85 on Tue, Aug 19 2014
  • Re: Speed Changes In Avid!!

    Thanks Smrpix! I tried the mixdown method and it worked perfectly. It reminds me of exporting a clip in FCP to burn in an effect and then bringing it back in. I would love to see quicker method in Avid though - something that maybe duplicates the shot into the project window and keeps the effect on it. A couple of quick key strokes to accomplish that
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by Robert85 on Tue, Aug 19 2014
  • Speed Changes In Avid!!

    I've made speed changes to shots in a time line I have, but when I go to make a muligroup from that time line, the speed changes don't carry over. How do I make a speed change to a clip in a timeline that ripples back to the Project window and the root shot so that I can make a multi group with it? Any help is greatly appreciated!! Thanks.
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by Robert85 on Mon, Aug 18 2014
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