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Use the Load EDL menu to set a variety of options when loading EDLs.
(a) EDL Type box (b) File Extension field (c) File Name field (d) EDL Frame Rate box (e) Conversion option box (f) Frame Code Mode box (g) Varicam Frame Rate box
- Exit Load EDL button
- EDL Type box
Select an EDL type to load. Available options are: ALE, FLX, ATN, TLC, EDM, R23, ETL, and OMF.
- File Extension field
Displays the file extension for the associated file type. Click to enter a new one.
- Same Library Reel button
Enable to load a series of EDLs, capture the EDLs, and assemble them on the same reel in the clip library. When you are capturing an EDL and you enable Multi-assemble, only the EDLs that are set to the same library reel are captured.
- EDL Conversion button
- File Name field
- 2:3 Removal Mode button
Enable to remove pulldown when loading the EDL. See Pulldown
- Varicam button
Enable if the EDL is used to capture material shot with Varicam.
- Fix TW Match Frames button
Enable to fix match frame errors. When you import an EDL that contains dissolves or timewarps, a match frame error may occur. This can cause an unwanted cut at the point where the timewarp begins in your EDL. Match frame errors occur when the in point of the second edit in a dissolve is not the same timecode as the out point of the previous shot. This feature is enabled by default.
- EDL Frame Rate box
Displays the framerate of the current EDL. Click to select another one.
- Conversion option box
Select the option that corresponds to the type of conversion that you want to apply to the EDL. The conversion scripts that appear in this list depend on the frame rate of the EDL you are loading.
- Frame Code Mode box
Select the option (29.97 fps or 30 fps) that corresponds to the EDLs that you are loading. If you are loading multiple EDLs, the same Frame Code Mode is used for all of them.
- Varicam Frame Rate box
Select the Varicam frame rate.