The plug-in saves a reference to all original files, but compatibility in Avid Media Composer is limited to the formats that it supports.(See the Avid Media Composer documentation for information on supported graphic file formats.) The plug-in converts all sequence markers, except the sequence In and Out markers, to locators on the timecode (TC1) track in Avid Media Composer.
In the exported file, the current-time indicator retains its original position if it is within the duration of the sequence.
Otherwise, the plug-in places the current-time indicator at the end of the Avid Media Composer sequence.
This format is the most widely accepted and most robust of the EDL formats. EDLs interpret the merged clip sequence track items in the same way they currently do for separate audio and audio clips that are used together in the sequence at the same time locations.
The target application does not show the clips as merged. The source timecode is used for both video and audio portions.
The plug-in begins at the Start Time, and places filler in the gap.
You can fix these portions of the sequence manually in the Avid editing system.
The plug-in converts video clip speed changes (slow, fast, reverse playback) to the Avid Media Composer Motion Effect, which is the only supported effect.
Clip speed applied to nested sequences is also converted.
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