UM:Nucoda Exports Aaf

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Nucoda Exports Edit Modified AAF

In the Nucoda application, we will export the AAF :

 

Switch to the Library :

 

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And press the ..Export Media button :

 

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Navigate to the location we wish to write our exported AAF file to (this should be shared with the Avid).

 

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Note that the location chosen here will be for the AAF file only. The MXF media is exported at the same time automatically and placed in the first defined Media Folder.

Set Format and Options

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Set your export format as AAF and choose a media export format (e.g. Avid DNxHD 185X) :

 

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The formats made available will depend on your project format.

 

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You will not be able to set handles or choose uncompressed MXF formats when exporting an AAF.

 

You should also choose to export using one of the modes :

 

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See the Export Modes section for definitions of the export modes mentioned above.

 

Name your AAF file and press the Export button.

 

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MXF Staging

 

Note that MXF files created as part of an AAF export are staged in the tempRootDir folder before being moved to their final destination. See MXF Staging.

 

Once all the associated MXF media files have been successfully exported, the AAF file that was used to create the composition will be copied to the exported AAF file and its media references updated to reference the new MXF media.

 

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