There are a lot of great ways to collaborate on tracks using Splice.In addition to sharing project files and folders you can also share audio stems within DAWs among users.This is great for a variety of reasons, such as: cross-platform work (ex.Live users who want to work with a Logic user), for when collaborators don’t have the same plug-ins, and for when the project owner doesn’t want to share too much information about how he or she produces but is still interested in collaborating.If you find the first one, Logic will find the rest.NOTE: We found that the AAF format maintained region names and track names, OMF did not.PLEASE NOTE, VERY IMPORTANT: Do not send us MP4 videos. The best placement of your window burn is in either top corner. If your project is letter-boxed, please put the window burn in the letter-boxed area.
A little pre-planning will go a long way to avoid headaches down the line.
In order to properly prepare your project for stemming you should create a copy or ‘save as’ so as not to destructively edit the original project.
LOGIC PRO X: Use the ‘Alternatives’ options to create a version of the track within the same project.
To reduce file size you can send us a Quicktime Video using the Photo JPEG codec instead.
For smaller projects or reference material transferred over the internet an H264 Quicktime movie (.mov) can suffice, but will need your Pro Res or Photo JPEG video before our initial spotting session.