Jul 11, · Forgive me if I'm missng something obvious here: we're running Avid and I'm attempting to multigroup some archive concert footage [p/ DNxHD] and we've recently upgraded to High sierra. The way I learned to multigroup is the sync map > AAF > pluraleyes . In Media Composer, import that AAF file. The result will be a copy of the input sequence but with the clips moved around to be in sync. You may want to check out more software for Mac, such as Avid Media Composer, Bridge Hand Composer or Universal Media Server, which might be related to PluralEyes for Media aya-ueto-message-rar.coming System: OS X. As an alternative to importing media files directly into PluralEyes 3, you can import media files into other applications, and then import a project from that application into PluralEyes. You will get a new PluralEyes project with the tracks and clips from the imported project and/or sequence.
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