Setting up groups and windows


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Setting up groups and windows

Audio for video sessions have many, many tracks. In this movie, we will go over some quick ways to group tracks by type and display them quickly and easily. Groups are managed in the box in the lower left of the Edit window and Mix window. By default, Pro Tool starts you off with an All group, which can be used at any time to control all the tracks in your session. If I click on the All group and I go to Mix window, you can see that all faders are being controlled. Deselect the All group. To create a group, we can type Command+G or Ctrl+G. This is the group's dialog box.

Instead of the All group that's in there by default, I want to make an All my tracks group to control the tracks that are just in our current view, not everything. Remember, we have some hidden OMF tracks over here that, as you can see by this display, aren't part of the tracks that are currently in the All my tracks group that we are about to create, and we want to leave it that way. So in this tracks tab we can ...

Setting up groups and windows
Video duration: 6m 2s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Setting up groups and windows 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

Subjects:
Audio + Music Video
Software:
Pro Tools
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