How to use RX Connect with Avid Media Composer 7.0.4.4 & 8.4.2

April 29, 2016

The RX Connect plug-in sends a clip, or multiple clips, to the RX Audio Editor standalone application for editing and repair. This gives you access to all of RX's modules in one place, and provides the benefits of RX's offline processing and visual interface.

To edit audio from Media Composer (Master Clip Mode) in RX Audio Editor:

  1. Open the AudioSuite Window from the Tools menu
  2. Drag a Master Clip on top of the AudioSuite Window
  3. Choose “iZotope RX Connect” from the Plug-in Menu Selection
  4. Click the “Activate Current Plug-in” button
  5. Press the SEND button in Media Composer 7.0.x, or Optional in Media Composer 8.1.x to send the audio master clip over to RX
  6. When you have finished editing your audio in RX, click “SEND BACK” button
  7. In the AudioSuite Window press the OK button, and then Render Effect to commit changes
  8. A new Master clip will now be generated into the designated bin

To edit audio from Media Composer (Timeline Mode) in RX:

  1. Open the AudioSuite Window from the Tools menu
  2. Select a single audio track in the Timeline, and then choose “iZotope RX Connect” from the Plug-in Menu Selection 
  3. Click the “Activate Current Plug-in” button
  4. Press the SEND button in Media Composer 7.0.x, or Optional in Media Composer 8.1.x to send the audio master clip over to RX
  5. When you have finished editing your audio in RX, click “SEND BACK” button
  6. In the AudioSuite Window press the OK button, and then Render Effect to commit changes

Please note, that when rendering RX Connect as an AudioSuite effect in Media Composer, the resulting audio will exist in a rendered effect container for the duration of that clip on the timeline. If the clip length is extended beyond those bounds, the rendered effect will become un-rendered, as indicated by a blue dot. To avoid losing the audio in the rendered effect container, we recommend either:

 

   1.  Achieve locked picture prior to the audio edit.

   2.  Extend the bounds of the clip prior to the audio edit, perform the audio edit with RX Connect, mixdown the clip to a new audio file, and then reduce the bounds back to the original size

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