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Old 04-06-2012, 12:04 PM
Naylorfreak Naylorfreak is online now
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Default Production Assembly??

I'm trying to assemble my production dialogue for a feature and wondered if anyone has experience with Assemblerator? I don't have the budget for VK or Titan, so I'm looking at Assemblerator as a cheaper alternative, but had a question about spotting the production audio for the assembly. How do you deal with the fact that most production audio goes beyond the limits of the 12hr timeline in pro tools? How do I spot a region that is stamped 19:14:31:12?
I've sent an e-mail to Maggot support, but wanted to also ask the post community in the meantime. I'm not new to post, but new to dialogue assembly via an EDL. I've cut lots of dialogue from 16b FCP omf's, but would like to use the 24b production.
As an option, I could rent VK for a week to assemble, but don't want to waste any time trying to figure it out. Any help is much appreciated.
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