How to Import OMF and AAF Files into Pro Tools


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Importing OMF and AAF files

Once you have your properly exported OMF and the QuickTime reference movie on hand, it's time to import them into Pro Tools. Let's check this out. Getting an OMF or AAF into Pro Tools is a pretty simple process. Pro Tools even treats an OMF as a session file. So here we have our deliverables in our OMF. You can double-click on it to open it or go to Pro Tools and go to File > Open and choose it. Let's do that. In Pro Tools, File > Open Session. I find it here. Click on it and click Open.

This will start a new session. So we have to check our Audio File Type, Sample Rate, and Bit Depth. These are all the ones we want to use, so we will click OK. Then it will ask us where to put it. So we'll put it in our 03_01, and we will call it andinhrace, which is the name of the OMF file to begin with. Pro Tools immediately brings you into this Import Session Data dialog box. This is the same Import Session Data box we will use to import session data from other Pro Tools sessions as w...

Importing OMF and AAF files
Video duration: 8m 8s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Importing OMF and AAF files 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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