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Roger Leon Forbes
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Absolutely! Go to the edit menu. At the bottom you'll see export channel configuration and import channel configuration. Export the configuration youwant to keep. Then when you create a new sequence import that configuration. Keep in mind though, it not only imports your visualizer drawing, but also the exact same track/channel setup you previously exported. So be sure to do this before doing any work in your new sequence(s).

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Yeah, you basically have a dummy configuration sequence that has the channel assignments and ordering in it ... then you save off the configuration file from that dummy sequence.
I call mine "96 channel configuration 2008".

Then when you start a new sequence, you import your configuration into it, giving you all the channel assignments and the visualizer (animation window).

I can also bring in track defaults as well, if you want it to, but I prefer to just keep the base configuration in a single track.

Give LOTS of thought to the ordering and naming of things in your initial configuration sequence.

Another way the configuration file is used is to import you xx channels into an existing sequence file (if borrowing from others, or using a paid template). I usually create 96 new channels (at the top), then import my 96 channels ... thus preserving the original channel below that. Then cut and paste like a fool and de-assign the channels from the original channels (or delete them).

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