I'm having an issue exporting from PuralEyes to Avid. I imported an AAF from Avid (2 camera tracks), and PluralEyes was actually able to synchronize most of the shots. However, when I tried to export the synced timeline back to Media Composer, an error message came up saying "Error Exporting AAF File". Now, I've already done this multiple times with my other footage using the same settings and never had a problem. The only difference with this footage (and I wonder if this is the cause) is that it was shot 23.98p, but my project is 29.97p, so I had to transcode and convert the frame rate in Avid. I thought this might give me problems, but like I said, PluralEyes was able to sync it. My only problem is exporting the new AAF back to Media Composer. Thoughts?