Retiming issue with the x2pro conversion

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1 month 1 day ago #7113 by Daniel Beasley
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From what we can see, there is still around 67 retimings in your XML (If you open the xml in notepad and search "timemap" you can see the amount of retimings).

Another thing is we are having some trouble importing your XML into into FCP X "DTD validation failed". Somehow you have 8 analysis markers inside a sequence, which FCP doesn't like. Fortunately X2Pro is fine with dealing with it so as long as the XML doesn't go back into FCPX then it should work fine.

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1 month 4 days ago #7112 by zolian
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Thank you for your reply. Here it is.
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1 month 5 days ago #7110 by Daniel Beasley
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Hi Zolian,

Would you be able to send us your XML file so we can take a look?

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1 month 1 week ago #7108 by zolian
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Hi.

There is an issue when I tried to convert XML file to AAF. Here I attach the report. Long story short, my previous editor has made a lot of retiming on different clips so I was not able to properly convert XML file of my short film into a usable AAF. I have done some research online and realized how X2Pro actually work, so that I have undo all the retiming on both video and audio clips. However, X2Pro keep giving me the same report of the retiming clips, even I have clean up all the retiming from my FCPX project. I want to know why and how to fix this problem. Thanks.
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