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Moving From Final Cut Pro 5 Into Soundtrack Pro

Did you know that when you send a sequence from Final Cut Pro 5 to Soundtrack Pro elements such as generators, slugs transitions and speed clips are not transfered? These elements are not rendered out to the base layer movie which is what is being imported into Soundtrack Pro.

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The sequence that was sent to Soundtrack Pro's waveform editor will still contain these elements when you open it in Final Cut Pro. Those clips sent to the Multitrack Editor will not retain these elements when opened in Final Cut Pro due to the fact that the original has been replaced with the newly edited version.

Take a look at Soundtrack Pro, it's an absolutely awesome tool for an editor!

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