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  • Fri, Oct 14 2005 11:16 PM

    Bin Saving

    Could the bins not be saved when we're reviewing a tape with the capture tool?
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  • Sun, Oct 16 2005 11:24 PM In reply to

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    Re: Bin Saving

    Just change your Bin setting so that the "Force Auto-Save" is set to a longer time...  You could even set that setting and assign it to a user (ie Tape Review) and that way you won't have to remember to change it or activate each time. 



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  • Mon, Oct 17 2005 2:08 PM In reply to

    Re: Bin Saving

    i would think having the bins autosave while logging and capturing would be a good thing... it usually only takes a second or 2 and will only update bins that are open and have changes made to them.



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  • Mon, Oct 17 2005 4:16 PM In reply to

    Re: Bin Saving

    The bins are saved while viewing tapes.  While saving you can't see or hear what is playing on the tape. 

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  • Mon, Oct 17 2005 4:22 PM In reply to

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    Re: Bin Saving

    The solution there would be to have only one or a few bins open, then to make sure that no changes are made during tape review.  Although if you're just reviewing a  tape, then a deck and a TV would be a better option, since you wouldn't be tying up your Avid during the review.



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