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TOPIC: Outputting Discrete Audio tracks in FCPX

Outputting Discrete Audio tracks in FCPX 08 Nov 2017 20:24 #91584

Hello all,

Longtime user of FCP7, but I'm fairly new to FCPX. I was curious if it was possible to output discrete audio tracks?

It doesn't seem like FCPX has a multichannel audio output Mixing/Routing like FCP7 (and every other NLE) does.

I am aware I can output a file with multiple mono channels using Roles as Multitrack Quicktime movie, but that is not what I am looking for.

Thanks!

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Outputting Discrete Audio tracks in FCPX 09 Nov 2017 11:03 #91586

FCP can export either multitrack QuickTime or separate stems for each role. The options are in the master file export module.

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Outputting Discrete Audio tracks in FCPX 09 Nov 2017 13:01 #91587

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You can also assign multiple audio channels in various configurations for MXF. You are not locked into multiple mono channels for a Master File.

What exactly are you looking to achieve?

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Outputting Discrete Audio tracks in FCPX 13 Sep 2018 04:40 #97025

This was the closest topic i could find to my question.

If I have a 10 track ProRes supplied to me of a feature and tracks 1 6 I know are the 5.1 but they have nat been named in QT. When I import into FCPX it just sees 10 mono tracks. How can I tell it which are the 5.1. There are not the normal option you get if you bring in say 6 tracks and it suggests 5.1 and stereo.

I need to drop the 5.1 into a timeline and edit. I've not managed to work it out.

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Tony

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