New user: retiming error creating AAF from FCPX

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8 years 2 weeks ago #1145 by Dawar
Dawar replied the topic: New user: retiming error creating AAF from FCPX
Don't worry this isn't critical, that just means that retimed clips will be reinitialized to their normal speed in protools.
But the AAF will be fully functional for your sound editor.

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8 years 2 weeks ago - 8 years 2 weeks ago #1144 by Stripe
Stripe created the topic: New user: retiming error creating AAF from FCPX
Hi - I am a relative beginner to FCP X. I've edited down a pre-mixed corporate video to a 30" project, and want to send to a sound editor for the final touches.

The sound editor asked for an OMF file, however as I'm working with FCP I can't do that. Instead I've exported as XML from FCP X and used X2Pro to create AAF. (My first time ever using X2Pro!). When finished however it brings up the following retiming error messages:

! Report on Conversion from Final Cut XML to AAF
* Retiming is not supported. The retiming at 00:00:24:88 has been ignored.
* Retiming is not supported. The retiming at 00:00:14:85 has been ignored.
* Retiming is not supported. The retiming at 00:00:19:06 has been ignored.
* Retiming is not supported. The retiming at 00:00:19:64 has been ignored.
* Retiming is not supported. The retiming at 00:00:09:76 has been ignored.
* Retiming is not supported. The retiming at 00:00:00:00 has been ignored.


The FCP X project is 25 fps.

Please could someone give advice, as I have NO idea whether this is a critical warning, or something I can ignore??! I am completely new to X2Pro/creating aaf. Will the AAF work for the sound editor? Thanks in advance.
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