D Hestad

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    D Hestad commented  · 

    I spent literally days trying to make this work, tried every setting, and it doesn't.

    Here's what might be ideal:
    -have a function to create a video proxy that attaches to the original audio

    That way audio stays the same, whether proxy toggled on or off.

    Currently, all the channels are mixed to together in proxy and you have to pretend you're not playing bad audio.

    PROXY AUDIO IS CURRENTLY USELESS.
    would be great if you could change this.

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