Separate synced audio/video

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Buddy Palmate

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Separate synced audio/video

PostSun Dec 05, 2021 10:09 am

Hello to all concerned.)
We're making a new movie for Netflix and we're having a few problems. People have asked about this in the past and no one has gotten a solution.
We have synced audio and video automatically by timecode, edited and want to export for a sound studio that use software other than Davinci Resolve.
The audio behaves as if it was originally created with the video, even has a *.mov extension, and when exported via AAF or XML, it doesn't show the external audio, but the camera audio.
You can turn on the feature in Fairlight to see the original names of the synced audio, but that's just for the user.
Please add a function to unpack (separate) audio/video on timeline.
Please fix this serious problem in the next version of DaVinci Resolve.
The 3500 page manual did not solve this.
The director thinks I'm stupid, I try to explain to him that it's the software, not me :)
Please fix it, I don't want to get fired.
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Re: Separate synced audio/video

PostSun Dec 05, 2021 12:18 pm

You have to be on "Single Clip" not "Individual Clips" in Deliver.
And then, to separate audio and video, use "MXF OP-Atom" for the format.
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Re: Separate synced audio/video

PostSun Dec 05, 2021 6:17 pm

The information you are looking for is hidden in resolve under the media column "synced audio"

I usually edit in Avid, but make dailies in Resolve. I export this info as an ALE, edit the information to work in Avid, and then bring it back into Avid before sending off to the sound house.

I'm not sure staying in Resolve before sending to sound can fix your problem.
Perhaps the sound house can read from an ALE to generate the info themselves.
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Re: Separate synced audio/video

PostSun Dec 05, 2021 8:54 pm

It's not what I wanted.
But somehow it works.
Thanks a lot.
The AAF didn't work, but I imported it back into DaVinci resolve and exported it via "File" as XML.
I put that into Adobe Premiere and exported as AAF and OMF.
The downside is that it doesn't use the original files, but everything is re-rendered with handles. I may have overlooked something.

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