How To Conform The Omf Import To Your Template In Pro Tools


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Conforming the OMF import to your template

Here we have our OMF file and a video reference movie imported. All is in sync, and it's working great. Now it's time to begin our audio work. In this movie we'll go over the first steps. We will try to take the audio out of its original OMF tracks and get them into your pre-made audio for video template. The first thing I always do before anything else is to duplicate all of the original OMF tracks, lock them, and hide them. That way I will always have the original OMF tracks to go back to, in case something slides out of sync. To do this, I am going to select all the tracks, right-click on any one of them, duplicate them--and I am going to keep all of this data as I duplicate.

Then with these duplicate tracks I am going to select all of the regions. I am going to type Command+L to lock. That will be Ctrl+L for windows users. And then I am going to hide the tracks, again right clicking on any one of the tracks and saying Hide and Make Inactive. That way they will be hidden, and t...

Conforming the OMF import to your template
Video duration: 6m 51s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Conforming the OMF import to your template provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio for Film and Video with Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
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Pro Tools
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