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Pawel Gardynik
How to replace stereo audio clips with multichannel ones of the same timecode in edited film? (FCP 6)
on Jul 19, 2010 at 7:20:52 am

Hi everyone,

I'm about to synchronize video and audio clips in our FCP project yet there's one question concerning the whole workflow. As the original sound, recorded separately, consists of 5 channels, we'd like to use simple 2-channel versions of it just for the editing and replace them with 5-channel clips afterwards. As far as I know it's common strategy to avoid too many audio tracks during editing process. Both 2- and 5-channel WAVs have the same timecode of course. In FCP 6, is it posible to sync them automatically in timeline? Or replace them in a way we won't have to adjust every clip manually?

I hope my description is sufficient.

Thanks in advance!

Pawel


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Tom Wolsky
Re: How to replace stereo audio clips with multichannel ones of the same timecode in edited film? (FCP 6)
on Jul 19, 2010 at 9:22:11 am

Shane answered in the other forim. Please don't double post.


All the best,

Tom

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