There really isn't a good way to make good sounding dialogue tracks in FCP based on what you've said (and this is based on just my experience). An experienced dialogue editor working in Pro Tools or Nuendo could probably hammer this out for you, with a good dialogue pre-dub, but it seems that isn't going to be the case here.
For what you have to work with: Throw an expander on the lav tracks, checkerboard the audio, get rid of as much room tone on the dialogue tracks as possible, create a new room tone and have that be constant underneath the dialogue track. If you start cutting between two different room tones between dialogue tracks, and if they are different enough, it is going to be really noticeable.
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06-15-2012 05:11 PMDavid Fisk
K-Tek/M. Klemme Technology Corp.
06-16-2012 02:53 PM
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you know that this kinda things are "basics" for soundpost-people ?
"cleaning up dialogue track"
" filling up holes with roomtone"
" replacing dialogues with other takes to make it sound better"
Is this something you have to do completly yourself or can you ask for practical help ?