this is off-list. What are you doing with the dailies once you've synched them in the timeline? Do you make a merged clip?
Would your problem be solved if you could import a batch list with audio time codes into Cinema Tools?
If so, a possible solution is to export an XML of the merged clips, and extract a batch list out of that.
If you have little bit of a budget I can make you a little application that would do that for you.
Either way, let me know what you do once you have synched dailes.
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On Jun 2, 2009, at 13:05 , James Garrett wrote:
> Is there anyone out there that knows how to create an audio production track database from a separate Broadcast wave files source? I'm working on a 3D feature movie on FCP. It was shot
on a 3D RED camera setup and separate TC audio wave files. I get proxie ProRes 422 (sq) video files and separate audio Broadcast Wave Files that I sync up on the timeline. I'm using FCP version 6.05. The cinema tools doesn't allow me to make an automatic database. I have to enter the TC numbers and sound roll information manually through Synchronize with Cinema Tools from the Tools menu. When I try to make a Audio EDL from Program database, there isn't any database unless I create one manually. In feature production, it is very useful to have a Audio EDL to hand over to sound editors for production track cleanup and replacement. The Current version of Cinema tools is outdated. It was created for the telecine dailies from film and audio tracks. With current production being done on digital media with separate video and audio, the cinema tools needs to be modernized.
> Please let me know or point me in the right direction to correct this
deficiency. I would like to be able to make an audio EDL automatically from a database that can be made automatically.
> Thank you,
> Jim Garrett
> assistant editor on the Hole
> --- On Mon, 6/1/09, Ky Hopwood <email@hidden
> From: Ky Hopwood <email@hidden
> Subject: Re: Auto Save
> To: "Antony Fetigan" <email@hidden
> Cc: "Pro-Apps-Dev" <email@hidden
> Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 6:28 AM
> I have never heard or seen anything like this and I
cannot conceive how it would happen.
> The autosave code is identical to the normal save code. If there is a problem in one, I would expect a problem in both.
> I know this is not much help. Is this happening on all yoru FCP stations, or just one specific one?
> Ky Hopwood
> On Jun 1, 2009, at 6:23 AM, Antony Fetigan wrote:
>> I have been experiencing some strange behavior with regards to the Auto Save function. Basically the projects saved in Auto Save are not correct, they are missing bins, clips and parts of the sequence, what is also strange is that earlier version of the same project from the same Auto Save location are more up to date and contain more info than the newer version.
>> Wondering if anybody had any ideas why this might be or if they have seen this kind of problem before?
>> Antony Fetigan
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