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You could export each timeline to a new Cineform AVI. Then use the new files in a new project.
If you need to go back to the original project to make a change, then so be it. Export again and replace the clip.
You might even want to copy the original project into a total of four or more projects, and then delete all but 1/4 of the sequences in each one. That will make it easier to work with I think.
Remember, one of the advantages of Cineform is the very, very low generation loss.
What about audio track any ways I could have my 3 tracks kept synch with my footage ?
So far I'm thinking of doing what you've said but I'll need to keep the nested sequences which is what's allowing me to have my 2 sound channels synched with my footage.
If you replace nested sequences with clips created from those sequences, what's the problem?
I am merely suggesting that you move the nested sequences to a different project, and use the resulting exports instead.
Any changes that need to be made can be made in the original sequences and exported again.
My nested sequences have 3 audio tracks (2 stereos and 1 mono) which needs to stay intact. I don't see how I could export clips without compressing the tracks together; that's the problem I'm facing...
I think I'll fragment the original but will keep link to original media, cause I don't have enough space to double my media by doing exports.