The Track view Clips > Convert MIDI Clip(s) to Step Sequencer command opens the Convert MIDI Clip(s) to Step Sequencer dialog box. This command lets you convert any selected MIDI clip to a step sequencer clip. There are two available options:
Resolution. The resolution value should correspond to the shortest note value that you expect. For example, if you specify Sixteenth notes, you will get four steps per beat. The choices are:
Preserve original timing (using time offsets). Select this option if you want the Step Sequencer to preserve the original timing of the note events instead of quantizing them to the nearest step.
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