By: Susanne Kraft email@example.com
Place the .aaf file and the QuickTime on to one of the
Navigate to the .omf or .aaf file, select it and click open.
Choose the following SessionParameters
Location > Navigate to where you want to save the session
Click on "Create"
In the next window make sure all tracks are selected for import and check import clip gain and import automation and “Uncheck” (pan odd tracks left and even tracks right) Settings look like this:
ALSO WHEN OPENING AN .aaf or .omf MAKE SURE that “Copy from source media” is selected in Audio Media Options.
On the next screen choose not to save a report. (if that dialog appears)
Now click on >Setup>Session and make sure the frame rate is
Sample Rate 48
Bit Depth 24
Clock Source Sync HD (if in an HD suite)
TimeCode 23.976 all settings
Go to >File>Import>Video and navigate to the QuickTime file saved on the storage drive and select it.
Navigate to the QuickTime Movie that you made using this workflow
The dialog will ask you where to put the newly imported Video track. Select “New Track” and click OK
Choose to Import the audio from the QuickTime so you can check sync
Choose the default location of where to save the audio files. It will always choose the current session's audio files folder.
12. Check to make sure that the session is in sync with the video.
You can add quarter frames to the Video Sync Offset but usually not necessary to sync up
image and sound. This was common with DV-NTSC but no longer necessary when using HD QuickTimes