jan1 Posted April 13, 2019 Share Posted April 13, 2019 I ran into an issue today, checked the manual and didn't find the answer. I was bringing over a project via AAF from Avid. The media was XDCAM with some longer clips which were split into segments. In Avid using AMA these are automatically concatenated into a single clip. Thus the AAF referred to them with the base name (1st segment). The other segments imported into Mistika as separate .lnk files with the _2, _3, etc. After the conform everything that was past the first segment showed the offline checkerboard not surprisingly. I tried using the 'Import Sequences' in the media browsers to see if Mistika would recognized the spanned segments, but that didn't work. I guess sequences is only meant for image sequences, where it works fine. Of course the other solution is to have Avid create a transcode as part of the AAF export, which works for the video, but surprisingly loses the audio files on import. And of course also takes much longer than a linked AAF export. Any best practices? Thanks, Jan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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