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  • Creating FX and Dynamics presets for the Audio mixer

  • Kris Merkel

    February 17, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    This is probably so simple that it is eluding me.

    I have cut a timeline together using a DSLR sequence. I have done some extensive sweetening in the audio mixer with eq and dynamic processing and everything is great, except…

    I now need to go through an AJA ioXT to an external monitor, so I can create an new AJA sequence, cut and past my timeline in, but I lose the work I have done in the audio mixer and I can’t find a way to copy or make a preset for the mixer settings.

    Unfortunately I did not have the ioXT when I started or I would have created the AJA sequence in the first place.

    I would appreciate some enlightenment even if it confirming that it is not possible

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  • Petros Kolyvas

    February 17, 2012 at 10:17 pm

    I have had to create presets *within* plugins themselves. Unfortunately that means it only works on plugins that support user-made presets (like VST plugins) on Submixes and the Master Channel.

    I haven’t found a way to save Adobe Premiere Plugin Presets – but I could be missing something. Unless I’m blind, I too would ask (https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform) for a copy/past mixer settings or at least “channel strip” settings functions. It would be very helpful for rough mixing during editing, even though I know it will all get thrown away when the audio goes out for mixing/re-recording.


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