Why does ducking stop working with nested clips?
I have a music track and a voiceover track. Each is composed of numerous edited clips which have been nested once finished with their respective edits.
During the edit process I had ducking enabled on all the VO clips, and ducking behaved fine. Now that I'm instead working on the final timeline with the two nested clips, I disabled ducking on all the raw VO clips, and instead want to enable ducking for the nested clip. However ducking seems to be completely ignored, and music volume is up at 100% no matter what, all the time.
Does the ducking feature not work on nested clips? Given there is no real volume automation, this is by far the most practical way to accomplish what I need quickly and without using 4rd party tools just to do a simple audio mix like this. How can I get the ducking to behave?