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4 years 2 days ago #1915 by Graeme Robinson
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The clip is there when I convert your fcpxml (see attached pic).

What is in that place on the timeline when you convert it and open it in Pro Tools? Is it just a gap?

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4 years 5 days ago #1912 by Dominique
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tascam 0062 at 2'56"04

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4 years 5 days ago #1911 by Graeme Robinson
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Can you tell me the name and time code of one of the missing clips?

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4 years 5 days ago #1910 by Dominique
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All of the clips are only audio clips some there are from my sound library and another one is made with a tascam recorder


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File Name: DUNKERQUE-...S.fcpxml
File Size:369 KB
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4 years 5 days ago #1909 by Graeme Robinson
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Is the clip disabled in your FCP project?
Are the audio tracks for the clip disabled in your FCP project?
Do the clips have audio tracks (not video only)?

Perhaps you could attach your new fcpxml and tell me the name and time code of a clip that is not in the AAF?

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4 years 5 days ago #1908 by Dominique
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Hi graeme
Thxs it's working but some audio files are missing in the conversion there are on the timeline but not in the aaf do you know why ?
Thxs a lot

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4 years 5 days ago #1896 by Dominique
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ok i try it
and i ll came back to tell you ;)

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4 years 5 days ago #1895 by Graeme Robinson
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The fcpxml seems to have some invalid information in it. There are a few clips that are described as having 1 track with 4 channels but in the project section it says that you have used channel 1 from tracks 3 and 4.

We have come across this before, but we're not sure how it happened. I think perhaps they were imported using Cannon's XF plugin...

The only way we know of fixing this is to make the clips offline in FCP X by moving them and then re-linking to them in their new location. Make sure you backup your project and media before doing this. After the re-link you can exporting a new fcpxml and see if X2Pro will process that.

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4 years 5 days ago #1894 by Dominique
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but the other one is my project
thx ;)

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4 years 5 days ago #1893 by Dominique
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Both have the same error the test one is a try for just one mn of my project with just dialog audio files

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4 years 5 days ago #1892 by Graeme Robinson
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Yes, I have that email and attachment. You appear to have attached a different fcpxml to this thread. Which one should I be looking at for that error message?

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4 years 5 days ago - 4 years 5 days ago #1891 by Dominique
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hi

File Attachment:

File Name: MONTAGE-DEFDOM.fcpxml
File Size:404 KB

i send you the fcpxml in the mail at support do you receive it ?
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4 years 5 days ago #1889 by Graeme Robinson
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Please attach your fcpxml so that we can look at it.

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4 years 5 days ago #1887 by Dominique
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Hi i have this pb for my export and i don't understand what is it could you please help me my project have to be online for monday and the mixing is waiting for me

Unable to parse FCP XML file to obtain project information


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Invalid track number 3 referencing asset Auto-detected stereo
Suggestions:
- Ensure that the file is not locked by another application and is readable;
- Ensure that this is a valid FCP XML file from a released version of FCP X;
- Ensure that this is the export of a Project, not of a Library or Event;
- Ensure that this is not an empty project (or that all audio is disabled);

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