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Old 05-13-2021, 07:15 AM
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Default Method to import track names?

Hi all, thought I'd tap the collective hive mind and see what pops up! I need to streamline - if possible - naming tracks. I have 1000 tracks to name, that correspond to names from an Excel SS. Is there a way to essentially import the Excel data such that each name gets its own track, rather than input each name manually? Note: I am not naming clips within a single track. I'm thinking perhaps some Post folks may have a solution, if there is one.

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