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    Trying to attach a file, now that the text of the bug has made it. This is a 1sec file with a GFX transition with alpha channel. The bug also affects non-alpha DNxHD files.

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    Thank you for pointing out that quirk. I can at least type into the Text Window, knowing it's going to be correct. Both modes (Program vs Text Window) of typing an apostrophe in a 608 track should certainly give you the correct apostrophe.

    At the very least, the display should display the square block "error character", so you can spot the problem before output. I work primarily on 15s and 30s spots, but this would be a horror show in a 30m documentary. The Program display should accurately reflect what viewers will actually see, otherwise, what is the point?

    I've had to do some French, and proofing was extremely difficult, because French has all kinds of accents. Currently 608 allows you to add the French Πcharacter, which does not exist in the 608 closed caption character set.

    Knowing PP didn't handle a simple apostrophe correctly certainly didn't give me confidence that it would get French correct, so I caught that...

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    Avid Media Composer did this, back before the turn of the century... Ouch! :=)

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    Ron Inglis commented  · 

    Add my vote. In Avid Media Composer this is a great function. You tap the "gang" function on the desired tracks. Then adjusting one "ganged" level slider affects all the other ganged faders at once. Non-ganged tracks are left alone. I believe it's calibrated so that if you adjust down by 3db, that's what happens to all the other tracks.

    It makes your mixing much faster!

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