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Charlie Austin
Re: Cutting a major Hollywood Feature on FCPX
on Oct 6, 2014 at 11:16:04 pm

[Michael Aranyshev] "[Charlie Austin] "you could do the exact same thing in X. Disable un-needed channels, Cut, re-enable and export."

I wasn't clear enough. In a track based editor I don't disable and enable channels in individual clips. I mute tracks on the timeline (once) and set track arming in such a way that channels I don't want to hear are edited to the muted tracks. Then I unmute (once) before export.

Look, people, you must have titanium wrists with kevlar nerves to do so much mouse–clicking."

LOL. I'd agree, except for the fact that it's the same in X with components. If ch-1 is the mix, you select every audio clips (thousands if that's the case) and disable everything except ch-1 Same amount of clicks as doing so with tracks. Cut. When you're done, select all multichannel audio in timeline, re-enable it all. done.


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