So it will flatten the audio within that multi-cam sequence meaning that A1 and A2 tracks will converge and be mixed down? So what was now separate audio tracks with different sources Person 1 on A1 and Person 2 on A2 are combined and mixed together so that now Person 1 AND Person 2 are mixed together into A1? Wouldn't that create a problem for the Sound Mixer if they need to boost audio for just Person 2?
Actually... when you say flatten, will the audio portion of the multi-cam sequence extract the original audio source files overwriting the nested audio? So, if I have 6 separate audio tracks inside the audio multi-cam sequence, once I flatten the sequence, the 6 tracks will replace the nested portion of the audio thus allowing me to export the omf properly? Am I understanding the function of flatten?
Typically, when you flatten a muticamera sequence, the linked audio is retained is from the original clip that you chose, not mixed down any other clips. Hope that makes sense.