Stitched media adopts properties of adjacent region?

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Assume I have a piece of media (video) that I split and removed a segment. I applied pitch effect to the media pieces separately. I then stitched the two pieces together.

Upon stitching the two pieces, it seems that the properties of the pitch effect is propagated to the other piece, overriding the other piece's pitch effect properties. 

I would have expected each piece, upon stitching, to retain its own pitch effect properties.
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Stitching is basically a splice operation. It turns the stitched media into a single piece of media. To accomplish what you are going for you should group the media instead. In general, Grouping should be used unless you have the specific need to stitch.

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