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    Globally setting IN/OUT Points on Clips in a Bin

    Does it ever happen that you have a large number of Title clips or Images that you would like to mark In and Out Points to be the same on every clip?
    Maybe you already have In and Out Points marked on the clips, and they are all different....... and now you want them all the same.
    Here is one way of doing this.

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    Douglas


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  • Sun, Jun 7 2009 6:40 AM In reply to

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    Re: Globally setting IN/OUT Points on Clips in a Bin

    Hey Douglas,

    I just want to reiterate what everyone else has been saying and let you know that I think it's amazing you've pulled all these tutorials together.  I think you're doing a great service for Avid.

    Just a quick little note though.  In the video when you want to make those pictures 8 seconds long by making the in point at the 1 second mark and the out point at the 9 second mark, you're actually making them 8 seconds and 1 frame, because you have to count the 1:00:01:00 as frame number one.  For example, putting an in point at 1:00:00:00 and an out at 1:00:00:01 would not be 1 frame long, it would be 2.  One frame for each of those points in time.  So the same would apply to your example.  An exact 8 second clip would be 1:00:01:00 to 1:00:08:29. 

    Sorry, I know it's very nitpicky. Just wanted to clear that up in case someone layed something like that in their timeline and wondered why they were off by a frame.

    Keep up the good work.

     

  • Sun, Jun 7 2009 6:49 AM In reply to

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    Re: Globally setting IN/OUT Points on Clips in a Bin

    SandmanX82:
    Sorry, I know it's very nitpicky.

    Not at all "nitpicky", David.

    I am glad you mentioned it.
    I ran into this frame/field question a while back.
    I made a brief mention of it in the tutorial, but as the tutorial was already getting too long for my liking..... I left out any explanation.

    Thanks for adding your remarks to the thread. It will help others understand.

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    Douglas

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  • Sun, Mar 21 2010 12:22 PM In reply to

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    Re: Globally setting IN/OUT Points on Clips in a Bin

    Thanks Douglas. This tutorial just saved me so much time! Much appreciated.

    gerbow

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