Ripple Edit - for Events and Ranges (voice overs, audio books, podcasts e.g.)

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Re: Ripple Edit - for Events and Ranges (voice overs, audio books, podcasts e.g.)

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I use Nuendo for film and media composition and this would be a great function when I need to reconform the material to a new cut! While waiting, I think I will set up a macro...
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If you're in film I'd think getting EDLs and reconforming would be preferred.
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MattiasNYC wrote:
Thu May 24, 2018 2:24 pm
If you're in film I'd think getting EDLs and reconforming would be preferred.
Oh, yes. But... you don't always get to pick your editor, and that editor that you don't get to pick so very frequently, in his haste to send you that latest cut that has the source audio spread all over the track spread in indecipherable ways, forgets to actually learn how to provide it... or just refuses to...or has gone home for the weekend... or, in my case last week, is in India with a 12+hour time difference when the new cut has to be in within 5.

In other words... ya can't always get what you want. Enhanced ripple features would be welcome over here. Certainly I'd prefer to reconform via EDL... but there are lots of things I'd like that I can't have all the time. I wish somebody would do something about that.

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Sure. I don't disagree.
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Re: Ripple Edit - for Events and Ranges (voice overs, audio books, podcasts e.g.)

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-steve- wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 4:08 pm
But in any case, this can be done with macros, and a PLE preset.

For all tracks:
Select the earliest object to be included in the edit, then
Macro:
Locate Selection Start
Select from Cursor to end

To do this on a selection of tracks:
- Select tracks upon which objects should be moved
- Select the earliest object to be included in the edit, then
Macro:
- Locate Selection Start
- Select all on tracks
- PLE preset:
Property is Set: Event is Selected
Position Beyond Cursor
Function: Select
Image
I've included the PLE preset.
Wow, Steve you are quite amazing. Thanks for that very useful tip.
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Re: Ripple Edit - for Events and Ranges (voice overs, audio books, podcasts e.g.)

Post by uarte »

+1 please, yes to Ripple Edit. Even Studio One just got Ripple Edit mode now.

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