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Old 12-14-2018, 09:34 AM
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Default Clip Effects Consolidating with fades and handles in tact

I work in post-production as a sound editor and mostly collaborate with other folks who are pro tools users. However, once in a while I have to deliver a project for re-recording mixers who are using Nuendo and other DAWs, in which case I'd like to prep an AAF for them.

I tend to use a good amount of clip-based EQ for dialogue editing and sound effects editing/sound design, but wanted to know if there was a way to "render" the clip-based effects within each clip while leaving the handles and fades in tact. This would be a similar manner of how you can "render" audiosuite plugins and choosing "create individual files" and "clip by clip" from the audiosuite plugin's menu.

Thanks so much!

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