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      under review  ·  6 comments  ·  General » Journalist  ·  Admin →
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      Anonymous commented  · 

      I'm a newcomer to Hindenburg and love many of the radio specific features, but find the lack of reference to original files (and the timecode therein) makes for a very convoluted workflow. Ever other DAW i have worked with has this referencing back to original clip and clip timecode, and it's lack means that, for example, working with a coproducer or engineer on a paper cut is very difficult to do as the clips have no original timecode or file reference. This subject shows under review since 2014..is there any way to understand what that review process is in the interim?

      Anonymous commented  · 

      My own workflow relatively similar to Phil, but in my instance making a rough cut which an engineer will later cut. I take snippets from longer files and place them in clipboard to arrange in Montage for rough assemble. I am very surprised that there is not a capacity to export those snippets from clipboard, nor does Hindenburg retain the detail in the clipboard snippets of those snippets' relationship to original timecode in imported files.

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