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  • EDIUS 8.11 AAF PE to EDIUS not synced

    I export AAF from EDIUS 8.11 and import it to PE 3.5 using "original clip" option in Edius. PE syncs great. I then export the synced AAF from PE and bring it into EDIUS... the new sequence is NOT synced like in PE. Everything goes off some frames all over the place. Any ideas why?
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    • #3
      That's where I got my information on how to do this and has my problem.

      I also read about exporting to PPRO or Media Composer and then from there to Edius but that's too tedious.

      I thought maybe because I'm importing AAF with only sound, PE is not recognizing that my footage is from a 25fps project and is making an NTSC timeline - which may be the cause of sync problems.
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      • #4
        Did you find the problem? I upgraded to 8.11 but have not had to sync yet with PE 3.5. I was able to use the workflow just fine but now it seems I may run into some problems. I do not shoot 25fps though. Let us know if the problem is still occuring.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jeff8 View Post
          Did you find the problem? I upgraded to 8.11 but have not had to sync yet with PE 3.5. I was able to use the workflow just fine but now it seems I may run into some problems. I do not shoot 25fps though. Let us know if the problem is still occuring.
          Not yet. What I'm doing now is in PE, I click SHFT-(DOWN-ARROW) to jump to next clip, and input the CTI time from PE to EDIUS and move the clip over to the correct place. Edius is smart enough so if you are on a 25fps timeline and try to jump to 2:30:26, it will jump to 2:31:00.
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          • #6
            What's frustrating is that when exporting to AAF from EDIUS 8.11 and syncing in PE 3.5, Pe syncs perfectly almost every time! But when you export from PE back to EDIUS 8.11, the sync is off... the clips still have the almost same "shape" as they should be but each clip is off by a few seconds.

            If ALL the clips were shifted the same amount, you could just shift all together and done... problem is that first clip can be shifted 1:02 seconds... second clips 1:12 seconds... and so forth. So each clip has to be manually shifted back to place in EDIUS.
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            • #7
              I contacted RED-GIANT for a plugin. Maybe if there would be enough demand, they'd make one. So go ahead and contact them and ask for a plugin.

              https://support.redgiant.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
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              • #8
                I did a test this morning. I have Edius 8.11 and PE 3.5. I used the workaround like I have always done and everything synced fine for me. If you haven't tried the workaround give it a try its not that bad. Actually it is pretty quick. I too thought it was a hassle but tried it once and really did not mind it.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jeff8 View Post
                  I did a test this morning. I have Edius 8.11 and PE 3.5. I used the workaround like I have always done and everything synced fine for me. If you haven't tried the workaround give it a try its not that bad. Actually it is pretty quick. I too thought it was a hassle but tried it once and really did not mind it.
                  Which workaround did you use?
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                  • #10
                    I have used the Adobe Premiere XML option (I believe the second link) and it has worked countless times for me just fine. I start with Plural Eyes, sync everything up, then import the XML file into EDIUS. The only thing I wish EDIUS would do is maintain the audio tracks as stereo. It reads the audio of stereo files and duplicates them, with left and right.

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