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Old 09-15-2021, 04:46 AM
Riquier Riquier is offline
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Default Export OMF/AAF with markers to be opened in Adobe Premiere

Hello there!

I'll be recording a podcast (2 people, 2 mics) soon and there will be video involved. There won't be any timecode, Sync Tentacle, LTC or any other syncing involved at this stage other than a rudimental clap.

My idea would be to export the two tracks from Pro Tools and give them to the video editor, have him do the edits and give me back the audio with all the cuts for mixing.
Sine this is a podcast and there will be pauses and mistakes, I will probably marker all of those during recording. If I export and OMF file, will those markers appear on Adobe Premiere (I'm inclined to believe it's no possible..).

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