So after playing around with v2.0.3 for the last 24 hours on both Mac (M1) and my HP Z8 PC, I can say that it feels like you put it on steroids, this version is super fast to open, and its process time is much smaller compared to the one before. Amazing!
Testing the VST3 version with Nuendo 12.0.40
I’m really interested in using auto-align for premiere and downloaded the trial beta version but it seems in this version it you set the reference track but auto align converts and replaces the rest of your non reference tracks?
Seems to be doing a great job at aligning all the audio tracks and correcting for phase but i’d like to maintain my original audio tracks in the timeline if possible?
I have a test clip in there (macbook pro speaker but can post a test clip if needed)
Really appreciate you taking the time to watch the video. I’ve made another video below that goes more in depth with what I would be looking for out of auto-align in premiere as well as a before/after of a processed clip.
I realize I’m doing something a little out of the norm but I’m working on a project now where there are several Lav mics that have internal recording capabilites, as well as an oncamera shotgun mic. All are in timecode sync, but after syncing the “dallies” there’s a noticeable amount of phasing/echo from all the mics for a variety of different reasons.
I’d love the ability to process clips of my choosing in premiere to help these dallies become much more “listen-able” to work with in the edit, but was hoping to do the least destructive process but being able to keep the original audio files attached to the clip (if that is an option). Maybe some version that could only match waveforms by moving the clips and not doing any timing or phase correction?
In my workflow in Audio Post, I always keep a copy of a clip that I do any processing on. It gives the ability to back track if needed for myself of the mixers. I would think that working in the picture post end of things it would be beneficial to have the original there as well since a lot of times I’ll get audio omf/aaf that references files that have been changed and that no longer reference the sound dailies that we are given for our audio post work.
Would this be a good beta to install if I’m not using AAP 2 in a VST3/ARA environment? I’m working in Pro Tools on some series work. Does it bring any benefit in speed or processing or accuracy overall to the AAX version? Thanks…
Having used AAP for the last 2 years twice a week, and being very pleased, I feel 2.0.3 is not ready for release yet.
Im getting too many clips being over 1 second off. 1 out of 15.
Phase is not corrected in many clips.
My use is lining up the boom to lav on talking heads interviews.
settings are individual/slip by clip, all fades deleted.
Went back to 2.0.2, and started over with no issues.