Have you worked on a show where the picture editor has edited an alternate take of dialogue for an on-screen line and not provided the original sync for the shot?
In this free video tutorial from Mark Franken, creator of Ediload, you will learn how to save time asking your editorial team for an AAF of the sync sound for these shots, and create this sync sound track yourself using EdiLoad and the Pro Tools field recorder functions using a new feature introduced in EdiLoad v3.4.1 to be able to export an Avid Log Exchange (ALE) file from the WAV File List window.
Using this file in combination with a picture EDL, for most productions, these will allow you to conform the location WAV files to create a sync sound track, which is a list that can be used to conform or assemble the location WAV files to get the sync sound for every shot in your film or video production so you can look at alternate takes or worse still find the audio for shots that the video editor didn't lay audio for.
Tim Hands, who is currently ADR supervisor on GOT and has worked on TV Series like Game Of Thrones and No Offence and films like Chasing Satellites and Final Portrait said this on The Sounds In Sync Facebook page...
I watched new video and tried the procedure out on a video EDL, it also helped me understand how to fix an ongoing audio EDL issue I was having and then there's the scene number generating feature too. Great ideas.