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  • Re: Renaming clip on the timeline

    [quote user="Christie Carr"] You can also go to the Tools dropdown Menu, and select Timeline Clip Notes, which opens the TL clip notes window, where you can then use the quick find filter (magnifying glass) to search within that window. If you click the gang button at the bottom of the TL clip note window next to the hamburger menu (it will
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Fri, Oct 19 2018
  • Re: Live Timeline

    [quote user="DJFio[DB]"] Agreed. After almost 20 years of working with and studying MC - it's too hard to change work habits, and that's really slows down the workflow. Vote +1 to have the option to disable "live timeline" [/quote] Absolutely want the option to disable this new “live timeline”, to use it ONLY
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Telegram! on Thu, Oct 18 2018
  • Re: Rotation in Pan & Zoom

    [quote user="Mike"] Yeah, I've tried adding a 3D Warp on top. It doesn't work. I'm not sure I follow the example you stated, but essentially - I have a still that's off-axis that I want to correct. I'm not animating the rotation parameter to zero. The issue for me is that it cuts off the edges. Rotating is pointless if
  • Re: Rotation in Pan & Zoom

    [quote user="Mike"] Yeah but if you do that, you don't have the full image available. You only rotate what's essentially a raster-sized cutout of the clip. So if you rotate, you also have to zoom in further to push in past the edges. It's just an extra unnecessary step to begin with. If you can control zoom and positioning with
  • Re: Renaming clip on the timeline

    [quote user="iliagin"] Hi, is there any way to rename clips (shots) on the timeline? I mean I've some shots that are taken from the same original clip so they have the same name... So is there anyway to rename those shots on the sequence itself without creating subclips (and changing the name in the bin itself)? Thanks! [/quote] Have you
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Sat, Oct 13 2018
  • Re: Rotation in Pan & Zoom

    +1, too, but did you ever try Alt+dragging the 3D Warp FX on top of your Pan & Zoom? It allows Rotate. Crop, Target and much more...
  • Re: 2018 Still image workflow?

    [quote user="upsidedownjim"] Thanks everyone for taking the time and effort to reply. Apologies for the delay in my reply - been swamped with tight deadlines. For now we are importing the stills, adding 3D warp and letting Online deal with any issues. They were ok with that approach. I was thinking along the lines of what Telegram! was testing
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Thu, Oct 11 2018
  • Re: 2018 Still image workflow?

    Gg[quote user="luca.mg"] Hi Telegram!, I'm glad You took my word for this! ;-) Next is: what's the point of switching back and forth between project resolutions, videmixdown or export-import, just to tweak Your bitmaps, when You can comfortably handle them within Your project at the current resolution by using the Avid P&Z effect
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Thu, Oct 11 2018
  • Re: 2018 Still image workflow?

    Yes, I see what you mean: inside the 1080 Project, the 3D Warp FX does look much softer even when I re-import file at 4K resolution in 4K Project. On the other hand, I learned that if I do a Video Mixdown inside the 4K Project, then switch over to 1080 Project, it looks much the same as the PZ of same file. Not sure I like that video mixdown workflow
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Wed, Oct 10 2018
  • Re: Frameflex

    Great info and explanations, hbrock!
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Telegram! on Tue, Oct 9 2018
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