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Author: Topic: AAF import - help required
kurt_bradley
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Posted: Mon, 05 Jul 2004 07:12AM
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I am trying to import and AAF (new format of EDL) exorted from adobe premiere. The timeline imports but has no media information for timecodes on the source tapes etc so i can re-capture. I am using the automatic duck FCP plugin to import.

Am i doing something wrong?

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Author: Topic: Re: AAF import - help required
chris.roberts
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Posted: Mon, 05 Jul 2004 09:23AM
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kurt_bradley,
I have no experience of AAF or automatic duck, but the limited experience I have had of EDLs has not been good AT ALL.

However, what I would say is that are your sure that the EDL has been exported from Premiere correctly?

Hope this shot in the dark helps

Chris

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