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  • Mon, Aug 10 2015 6:39 PM

    • Dan_B
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    Use RAM when Consolidate & Embedding Audio in AAFs


    When exporting an AAF (mainly for Pro Tools in our circumstances) we most often consolidate and embed the audio within the AAF.

    When a user selects this option the sequence is decomposed and more media written to the storage before being embedded into the AAF. In most offline workflows this decomposed media is extraneous.

    It would be great if there was an option not to decompose but to temporarily use the RAM to load the clips prior to embedding in the AAF, the RAM buffer would then be released back to the OS upon completion.




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  • Mon, Aug 10 2015 7:40 PM In reply to

    Re: Use RAM when Consolidate & Embedding Audio in AAFs

    Great idea!

    FWIW for years now my workaround has been to consolidate to a non media drive (or drive with no existing media in the 1 folder) then delete that drives Avid MediaFiles (or 1 folder) when the embedded AAF has opened successfully in Protools.

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