Upon exporting to FCP XML (for Pluraleyes syncing), in FCP Translation Results, I'm getting a translation issue with some clips & audio that don't exist in the sequence. The clips do exist, but they are in another folder, another sequence that isn't open.
Pluraleyes is not able to sync, and I'm assuming the problem starts here.
The footage is of a concert, using two cameras (Nikon 7000, H264 codec) that ran intermittently thoughout.
Audio is one contiuous track (.wav) recorded on Zoom H4 48 Khz 24 bit, total time, about 1:45
Windows 7 Professional 64
Below is "Translation Results"
FYI, "CBB_Spheres Not synched" is the title of the sequence. There is no <STE-004.wav>, <_DCP8063.MOV>, or <_DCP8071.MOV> in this sequence.
Translation issue message:
<<<<<<Sequence <CBB_Spheres Not synched> at 00:00:00:00, audio track 3: Effect <Internal Channel Volume Stereo> on Clip <CBB_Spheres-MDowLnds.wav> not translated.
Sequence <Class-04-20> at 00:02:35:06, audio track 4: Effect <Internal Channel Volume Stereo> on Clip <STE-004.wav> not translated.
Sequence <Class-04-20> at 00:05:49:00, audio track 3: Effect <Internal Channel Volume Stereo> on Clip <_DCP8063.MOV> not translated.
Sequence <Class-04-20> at 00:29:40:06, audio track 3: Effect <Internal Channel Volume Stereo> on Clip <_DCP8071.MOV> not translated>>>>>>>
Any help would be greatly apprecated. Any information I've missed, please advise.
Jim, sure hope someone has a better idea. I purchased Pluraleyes to avoid having to manually sync. I've tried ignoring this translation issue message, since a file does get exported, but Pluraleyes isn't able to sync from it, so I'm assuming the problem starts with Premier.
Still hopeful there's an answer out there. As a test, I tried using a ten minute segment of 2 camera footage along with separately recorded audio. The export to FCP XML result was the same, two mystery clips and mystery audio mentioned in the "Translation Results" above.
Here's a clue, maybe. I tried to cut the Zoom H4 audio to that same 10 minutes, and it wouldn't cut. What's that about?
As you may guess, I'm a bit rusty on things Premier. I'm in the process of migrating my editing from Final Cut to Premier, and not able to put the time into it as I'd like. So, again, any help from anyone more knowledgeable than me would be greatly appreciated.