This reversioning process is in some ways a combination of two processes that EdiLoad can perform:
• Conforming (assembling) location WAV files to match the audio edits in an AAF. This uses a single audio EDL.
• Re-conforming a Pro Tools sessions to match an updated picture. This uses two video EDLs which EdiLoad compares.
The reversioning process that is shown in the video uses a single audio EDL, but here individual tracks of the EDL are selected and used to re-conform a Pro Tools session. This is achieved with EdiLoad's unique ability to show events for a particular EDL track and allows sound editors to replicate the audio edits made by a picture editor when they have used individual stems to create the sound edit of the new delivery version.
Note: EdiLoad v3 exported conform reference tracks as a ptx file. With EdiLoad v4 these are exported as an AAF file, while with EdiLoad v5+ you can instead export several audio tracks as 'picture cut track' ptx file containing clip groups to get a visual overview of an edit list in Pro Tools.
I hope this video helps you to re-cut your mixes to create the sound track for an alternate picture delivery. Let me know if you have any questions or feedback in the comments below.