0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 11, 2019 8:17 AM by salvuccios20349121

    Obsolete Audio Filters and Lables

    salvuccios20349121 Level 1

      Three questions:

      1-

      I used a "deprecated filter" which appears opening the project as such:

      Audio Filter obsolete:  Adaptive Noise Reduction

      I changed and used the RX7 Voice denoise from iZotope, which works better

      As this message appears opening the project I might have left this obsolete filter in one or more clips As they are thousands, is there a "fast" way to locate these filters, OR if I was able to remove it everywhere I used it does it appear for some mysterious reasons in project file no matter if it is in use or not?

      I selected one by one A1, A2 ecc audio files attempting to remove the AUDIO filters Property butI never saw the Obsolete Adaptive Noise Reduction in the list to Remove.

      2-

      In my Effects window iZotope RX7 Voice denoise (and all others from iZotope) appear 3 or four times ... how can I just keep one in my list? I placed them in the system Library not int he Users library ... so I don't understand what to do-

       

      3-

      I unlinked every "linked Video-Audio files" in my editing I occasionally need to move the audio as off screen voice, using a different section of the VIDEO part as a reaction shot with no audio.

      As I have 8 different Audio tracks as Dialogue, Dialogue 2, Voice Over, Music, Foley, Other sounds, Atmosphere and so on, I hope to colour each label according to my editing needs.

       

      Still if an AUDIO clip comes from a MOV file, no matter if I unlink it, attempting to assign it a different colour label also the corresponding VIDEO file colour label changes.

      Is there a way to avoid this, so my various AUDIO files keep their own label as I assign it, without also changing the colour in the VIDEO file?

       

      Thanks a lot to anyone who care to answer

       

      Regards