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marisu fronc
Re: Skip Conforming Audio in Premiere Pro?
on Nov 3, 2005 at 7:19:04 pm

Ron-

[Ron Shook] "When you manipulate the audio, are the audio waveforms redrawn to reflect this and if waveforms are part of the conforming process, does this mean that the audio must be reconformed each time or just the waveforms, and does this happen in the background?"

I don't know what the function of the conform process is so I can't address the why of is but as to the latter - the waveforms are NOT redrawn - so you can't tell at a glance if you've filled right or adjusted gain, for example. As far as I know the conform only happens once - per project, so if you import the clip into a new project it will reconform the audio. However, I still need to render the audio (which doesn't take TOO long) before I export to tape or else risk nastiness on the track (bleeps, blurts, blatts and blank places)so the conform must have some other function.

slainte,
marisu




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