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Irina Michailuk
check the difference between 2 sequences in Source/Record monitors
on Mar 19, 2015 at 9:04:28 am

Hallo! I would be very grateful if someone tells me how can I check the difference between 2 sequences in Source/Record monitors. I have 2 sequences, which are almost same. I have to look for the difference. I have first sequence in source monitor, second sequence in Record monitors. What should i do, that both monitors running in parallel?

Thanks for the answer!

Irina


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Shane Ross
Re: check the difference between 2 sequences in Source/Record monitors
on Mar 19, 2015 at 6:39:04 pm

Hmmm....well, you can GANG them (there is a button there by default, on the SOURCE side). But both cannot play back in real time. You play one, it plays, but when it stops, the other side refreshes. So not QUITE what you need...

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Michael Phillips
Re: check the difference between 2 sequences in Source/Record monitors
on Mar 20, 2015 at 1:13:26 am

I gang them together as Shane mentioned, but then I just use the "go to next edit" button and go through it quickly. You could always cut one sequence on the upper track of the other sequence, and compare the same way or put a wipe and play it back.

Michael


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Irina Michailuk
Re: check the difference between 2 sequences in Source/Record monitors
on Mar 20, 2015 at 8:32:25 am

Thanks for the answer. That worked! That's exactly what I need.
Wishing you all the best!


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Michael Phillips
Re: check the difference between 2 sequences in Source/Record monitors
on Mar 20, 2015 at 12:36:21 pm

A third option that has been used for decades in the film world, is comparing the two sequences with FilmScribe (or the List Tool in 8.3) using a Change List that compares two sequences and reports on changes from OLD to NEW.


Michael


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