X2pro and multi-channel wav files

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1 month 3 weeks ago #6791 by Daniel Beasley
Daniel Beasley replied the topic: X2pro and multi-channel wav files
Hi rdgz.emiliano,

Apologies that no one has responded to you!

X2Pro does take the key frames and fade handles in each channel, even if they are inside a multi-channel file. Anything you apply to one of the tracks should be taken through X2Pro and will be shown in Pro Tools.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #6789 by rdgz.emiliano
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Any help in this topic? Thanks!

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2 months 1 day ago #6775 by rdgz.emiliano
rdgz.emiliano created the topic: X2pro and multi-channel wav files
Hi... I have a timeline of synchronized clips, and all the external audio clips that are part of these synchronized clips are multi-channel wav files. In FCPX you can apply fades handles and keyframes to the whole multi-channel clip at once or you can do the same to each individual channel inside of the multi-channel clip (By expanding the audio components in the timeline). The question is: Will x2pro translate the fades handles and keyframes applied to each individual channel inside a multi-channel file? That would be very useful, because de audio mixer will have an accurate representation of my intentions in the sound design.

Thank you in advance...

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