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  • Tue, Jul 10 2012 7:00 PM

    • Lenny V
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    Grouping Question

    Hi guys 

     

    I'm an assistant editor for a production company here in ny. We have footage shot on 2 cams with 2 xlr lavs per cam. Lately the editors have been asking me to paste audio from all 4 channels on the sequent so they can hear what everyone is saying. Now I use multigroup but that generally only follows one cameras audio (if you want the other cam audio you have to manually click it and change to the corresponding camera) so my question is. Is there a way when I'm multigrouping to have the multigroup display all 4 tracks of audio as a1 a2 a3 a4, as opposed to just right clicking on the audio track and choosing audio? 

     

     

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  • Wed, Jul 11 2012 1:41 AM In reply to

    • Chepal
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    Re: Grouping Question

    you have to make a multicam_sequence with v1 and 4 tracks_audio.

    patch your audio from cam01 to a1a2 and from cam02 to a3a4.

    che

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