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Batch-fix phasing problems in MOV files


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Hey all.

I have 100+ videos that have audio phasing issues (stereo channels canceling each other out). I can fix these videos one by one... like so:

1. Open mov in Soundtrack Pro > Analysis> Phasing > Fix
2. File > Save as... > Quicktime Movie > DONE

I am not about to do that 100+ times lol. Is there a batch application/AppleScript I can run that will do all of that for me? Fingers crossed!! Thanks.

-Adam
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I would not be the guy to tell you how to do it, but this sounds like a job for ... AUTOMATOR! (whoosh!)
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I would not be the guy to tell you how to do it, but this sounds like a job for ... AUTOMATOR! (whoosh!)
I totally agree! Like you, I'm clueless on where to start with automator though. Is this even possible to do with automator? I hope someone can help me out!
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Does anyone know how to use automator or something similar to fix my problem? Or even point me in the direction to get more help with this? I would greatly appreciate it!!
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