rpaillot805 wrote:No there is not.
What I do is I export the music with the dialogs/Fx , notate the timecode where the export starts.
Then I open the video in quicktime , and go to the corresponding timecode with the mouse then use the keyboard arrows to go exactly to the right timecode ( Quicktime is very precise when you hit left or right arrow, it goes frame by frame )
I open the audio export ( with music and dialogs/fx ) , do cmd + A ( select the whole audio ) , then cmd + c ( copy )
then I return to the video ( still in quicktime ) , then go to Edit, "add to sequence" , then "only keep the selection", and you've your clip ! ( dont forget to go in sequence property = cmd + J , then delete the original audio track otherwise you'll have both the original audio playing and the exported one )
This seems complex , but it really takes 2 minutes to do.
Seems much simpler to me than using Video editor like Vegas or Premiere.
This is also exactly what i do since ages, but it is strongly permitted to asked why is it so complicated to add this feature to Cubase or at least Nuendo...
Also, should be a sticky somewhere about this QuickTime Pro workaround because a lot of people keep asking the same question (which is understandable : they use a software mostly designed to help them making music to pictures but there's no way to export it properly. Kinda crazy, isn't ?)
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