The eComper works great for compiling video edits and video beats, because it is so fast and works so easy, but it has a downside: it doesn’t do any processing on the audio. The eComper does not actually ‘render’ a movie file, but rather ‘compile’ a movie file. Based on the order of MIDI notes in a MIDI clip it will copy/paste the video fragments assigned to those notes in the same order and save them as a new video file.
The eComper only takes the start point settings into account and ignores other settings, like the ADSR, velocity, pitch, audio effects, automation etc. When you use effects on the sound, or different velocity settings or want to avoid these pops/clicks, the best thing to do is to render the sound with Ableton’s audio export function and drag that audio into the ‘Drop audio to combine with video’ dropzone in the eComper’s interface. The eComper will then add this audio track to the video file that it compiles from the MIDI clip.
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