Join David Franz for an in-depth discussion in this video Enhanced interoperability, part of Pro Tools 10 New Features.
In Avid's continued effort to help Pro Tools play nice with the post-production world, Pro Tools 10 offers some new features to make it even easier to work with AAF and OMF sequences. Here are some highlights. Pro Tools 10 can now export multi-channel audio tracks to AAF as multi-channel audio files. Go to File > Export > Selected Tracks as New AAF/OMF. Here in this checkbox, we can choose Export stereo, 5.1 and 7.1 tracks as multi-channel if we had any in this session.
Here are some other enhancements. In addition to exporting surround tracks, Pro Tools 10 allows importing 5.1 and 7.1 surround audio tracks from AAF sequences. You can export and import clip-based gain automation to and from AAF sequences. You can also import rendered clips with audio effects for Media-Composer- generated AAF sequences. Pro Tools 10 allows you to import volume automation from AAF sequences exported from Media Composer. You can also create import and combine AAF sequences up to a total sequence length of twenty-four hours.
There are also a number of added features if you have Avid interplay. That about wraps up the enhancements for interoperability with AAF and OMF sequences in Pro Tools 10.
- What's new with importing and exporting files
- Adding real-time fades overlapping cross-fades
- Utilizing the Edit window indicators
- Working with the improved AudioSuite plug-ins
- Creating a reverse delay or reverb effect
- Understanding the interface and nomenclature changes
- Getting help with Pro Tools