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Old 07-10-2019, 09:00 AM
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Default Re: User stamp vs Timecode stamp... WHAT?

There's also the chance the main ruler is set at hour:mins:secs vs timecode? I've had calls before where the stage accidentally has been on the wrong ruler so things don't match up. When I notice the period before the last number I realize they are on the wrong ruler as the reason.
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Old 07-10-2019, 09:28 AM
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Yeah but the SSL has nothing to do with your session, no? Try to re-import the exact same file you exported into that same session that you exported from and see what happens. Also make sure you're not exporting with a different sample rate setting in the command-shift-k menu.
Just to rule out any odd settings on the AVID side or the other session you are importing into earlier.

If that file comes in fine it must be some odd setting on one of the other systems PT or AVID.

Just to find the cause step my step. Maybe it is in fact a bug.
Thanks Frank. When I reverted back to 2019.5 I did use the PT Prefs app to delete ALL preferences. Still didn't work.

We did just download Sound Devices WaveAgent app which allows us to edit the BEXT metadata. It's interesting that many of the mix files are randomly off... some are only 1-2 frames off and others as much as 3-4 minutes. Regardless, we can change the start time and re-save the files so our video editors can start working again.

This is only a quick-fix and I hope we find the real issue soon. I will keep posting what we find.

Thanks again for replying!!
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"07:00:30;00" means you're running drop frame? 30drop or 29.97drop? could be something there especially on the AVID side. Depending on the AVID project settings.
Yeah, everything we do is 29.97DF... always has been.

Re: the SSL, it sees the same timecode as the session... it's actually controlling the session via Deck Emulation and everything is ref'd to house 59.94. If code were incorrect in the session, the SSL would complain since it's set to look for 29.97DF.
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