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Old 02-26-2009, 11:43 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by nofish View Post
Regarding OMF1-OMF2,
afaik the only difference is that OMF2 can additionally contain clip-based fade ins/outs and volume information. So I think OMF2 support would be totally fine (OMF1 seems redundant to me, or are there DAWs that can only work with OMF1, not sure...)
Actually there are quite a lot of differences between OMF 1&2 plus unfortunately between different DAW's ideas/implementations of what an OMF is.
It is, not surprisingly, very video orientated.Eg a real minefield is the different ideas in use as to how to reconcile frame based as against sample time references.
A handy resource on this IMO is the ProConvert manual
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