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Old 09-25-2006, 11:03 AM
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hello people

i need to conform an edit from a hard disk recorder. from previous posts about this it gets a little confusing with all the different names flying about. the recorder is a Fostex PD 6 which can output me a ALE which will give me metadata of the time of day TC and mic name. from what i understand so far and seems the most likely is to use Mediastation with the edits EDL but i've also heard about Titan, Edittrace etc. could someone please explain to me this process as i have never done this before.

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Tom

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