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Hi I´m having some difficulties conforming original audio from an EDL made by Premier Pro CC 2017. I´m not to familiar with Premier so this is really a question; When exporting a EDL in pp what is the difference between ticking in the "use sound roll/sound timecode" box and not ticking? I know that I get the sound rolls into the EDL, but the source timecode is not the same between the two options, and the edit is made from a proxy, so the timecode of the proxy audio and the proxy video should be the same? The point is that I do get correct source TC i/o times when I uncheck the "use sound roll/sound timecode" box, but then I don´t have the sound roll info in the EDL.. which makes it useless for me to conform. I also know from a fact having recorded the original sound on set, that there where no tc issues between the Alexa and my sound recorder, this has been checked and double checked. Everything synched flawless. What am I missing here? here is an EDL line with the box checked: FCM: NON-DROP FRAME 001 A15 A C 18:45:06:02 18:45:26:13 01:00:00:00 01:00:20:11 * FROM CLIP NAME: A046C026_160808_R6WC.mov and unchecked: 001 A046R6WC A C 18:43:58:17 18:44:19:04 01:00:00:00 01:00:20:11 * FROM CLIP NAME: A046C026_160808_R6WC.mov as you can see the source i/o times are different.. Since i´m not that into premier all your thoughts and theories are more than welcome! All the best Bjössi.