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Old 08-01-2016, 08:11 AM
paul007 paul007 is offline
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Default Extremely frustrating: metadata disappears from clipname with waveform drawing

Hi,

I have an extermely frustrating phenomena while opening AAF with external MXF media.

At first the session opens and clips contain all metadata fieldrecorder info (mics, boom, tx, actors, etc)

As PT is drawing the audio waveforms, all this metadata info simply disappears from the clips in front of my eyes and is replaced by "()"

I tried everything, link to original, force to session format during AAF import but nothing works.

Drawing the waveforms simply kills my metadata information.

Help!!
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