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Old 07-31-2019, 04:38 AM
Frank Kruse Frank Kruse is offline
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Default Re: Import scene boundaries from MC

It's a virtual clip made of a whole bunch of others but on a single track. Like clip groups in PT but they essentially become one clip in MC. Often a scene shot with green screen plus the plate plus whatever else so it becomes just one "brick" on a single track (unlike clip-groups in PT) which is easier to handle when editing. The equivalent of a clip group in PT containing 10 tracks that you can place on a single track like in Reaper. PT seems to fail to read these entirely from the video track in the AAF.
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