I know there are some posts that touch on this out there, but I haven't yet found the same exact issue, and so I wanted to see if anyone has a good fix/solution.
Working in MC 5.5.
I have a sequence with set at 23.98, with audio clips that are both at 23.98 and 29.97. I'm able to create an AAF, but when I do, the resulting AAF sequence shows up as entirely offline, and will not relink to the media that was just created by making the AAF. The only workaround I've found to work is to consolidate the sequence into a new one, and then create an AAF from there (which only works sometimes). Is there a way in MC 5.5 to isolate the AUDIO clips that are of a frame rate that differs from the sequence settings? I know this can be done with colored clips for the video tracks, but can it be done for audio as well? Or, is there some other way to isolate these clips so they can be dealt with or otherwise transcoded prior to AAF export?