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  1. I have an OMF with objects in a track. I also have the reference movie and its audio track all lined up. For a streamlined workflow i would like to: Select an object Transfer its range to the timeline range. Split the reference audio with a keystroke Mute the newly created object 1,2, and 4 i can handle. But the reference audio will not split. . You can see the range at the top based on the object below. Even selecting the top track and using the split command does nothing. If I just use the cursor to split it, it works fine. I will be most happy to hear that this is human error. Thanks in advance-
  2. Hi. In Pro X, can I select all the tempo changes in a particular range (eg bars 50 to 60)? Can I then increase or decrease their respective speeds by a value such as 1% or 1 BPM -- in a single operation? How can I do this? Background: For simplicity, please assume that I am working in MIDI only, and I have already created a complex tempo track with hundreds of tempo changes. I do not want to modify each tempo change individually, because that would take a long time. The Kraznet videos are excellent, but I have not yet found this particular information in them. I have also not found this information in the pdf manual. I used to use Samplitude 6 years ago, and I am now considering buying Samplitude Pro X. Thanks.
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