4 Replies Latest reply: Aug 12, 2012 6:35 PM by ubernaut
ubernaut Level 1 Level 1

seen some similar issues else where but not quite this same thing wondering if anyone can illuminate. it seems that when i clip an audio track in motion it respects the clip in the timeline playback but the export file does not.

 

thanks advanced!


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)
Reply by Adam Scoffield on Aug 6, 2012 11:48 PM Helpful

hi

 

I have seen many audio exporting issues of the years with Motion. This I think will only get worse as it gets more embedded into FCPX. The solution really is to not do any audio editing in motion at all. Either export the pictures into fcpx or some editing app, and recombine with audio there. Or create a finshed audio bed and import into motion ( thats what I do)

 

hth

 

adam

Reply by BenB on Aug 12, 2012 6:28 PM Helpful

I only use audio in Motion for timing.  Then I export video only, and match it back to the video in QT 7 Pro or FCP X.

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  • Adam Scoffield Level 4 Level 4

    hi

     

    I have seen many audio exporting issues of the years with Motion. This I think will only get worse as it gets more embedded into FCPX. The solution really is to not do any audio editing in motion at all. Either export the pictures into fcpx or some editing app, and recombine with audio there. Or create a finshed audio bed and import into motion ( thats what I do)

     

    hth

     

    adam

  • ubernaut Level 1 Level 1

    trying to minimize edting steps so a precompose would definitely be a last step i think. i try to never use compostiros for audio editing but you'd think the basic stuff would work :/

     

    thanks for your help!

  • BenB Level 6 Level 6

    I only use audio in Motion for timing.  Then I export video only, and match it back to the video in QT 7 Pro or FCP X.

  • ubernaut Level 1 Level 1

    yeah thanks i guess a real workaround seems unlikely you'd think this would'nt be such a tough fix for apple :/