I have a lot of xdcam (+similar) footage in a rather large project.
We move the project around a fair bit to different systems/editors etc.
A couple of times we have had audio in some of the footage all muddled up. Not in sync at all, in fact as if
a time displacement effect has been placed on the audio. Really weird!
I sorted through the forum and found others had the issue and a fix was to delete all the cache files.
This did not work for me and after alot of trial and error I found that if I deleted the .xmp file associated with the media and then reopened project and relinked
all was fine, back to the way it was.
As a precaution to not have to check all cut programs each time we change systems I'm thinking of deleting all .xmp files associated with the media each time as a precaution.
My question is this:
If I turn off "Write XMP ID to files on import" will this solve my problem? Why is this function needed?
Would I turn off "Enable Clip and XMP Metadata Linking aswell?
Basically my project is huge and important, I can't afford to have a corrupt .xmp file placing egg on my face.
Thanks in advance
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