Keyframes disappear once I flatten a multicam sequence

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Jun 09, 2017 Jun 09, 2017

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I am editing a multicam sequence, and adding audio keyframes in places the audio gets a bit too loud. I am in the habit of flattening my multicam sequences when I'm ready to export, but I noticed that the multicam sequence audio keyframes don't affect the audio as desired (basically disappear) when I flatten it. Is there a workaround to keep the audio keyframes (or any keyframes) once you flatten?

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Feb 18, 2022 Feb 18, 2022

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Well, 2022 and this problem still here. 5 years later. Unbelievable! What happens is that once you flatten the multicam sequence, the keyframes goes forward in time. It's probably a bug. The workaround that I found was to flatten, use markers (M shortcut) to marker in and out (just as reference), send the clip up to another empty track, extend the clip all the way to it's full length (in order to see where did the keyframes go) and reposition them with the markers help. 

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