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phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 7 15:24:46 CET 2018
Put your "phasers on Stun" and "beam aboard". GG/Phyllis
On Fri, Dec 7, 2018 at 4:30 AM Igor BEGHETTO <igorbeg at visi1.org> wrote:
> Captain J.T. Kirk (... and you all), I ask the permission to get on
> board, please. ;-)
> Il 07/12/2018 1.07, Phyllis Smith ha scritto:
> > Because this covers a couple of BugTracker issues, I thought it best
> > to email a summary.
> > 1) Adjustable size for thumbnails in Resources window for Media,
> > Proxy, and Clips via Settings->Preferences, Appearance tab, Layout
> > section right hand side. Defaults are as what has been in effect.
> > View thumbnail, bigger number = bigger thumbnail. Vicon memory size =
> > how much memory to use for each vicon -- this helps solve the
> > pixelization when making the thumbnails bigger but takes more memory.
> > Vicon color mode = low, medium, or high - also takes more memory.
> > 2) Wheel mode to temporarily make preview thumbnail bigger. This is
> > nice and we did not even know you could do this in the browser. You
> > only use this in preview mode - wheel the middle mouse button up or
> > down after you click on the thumbnail and get into preview mode. Once
> > in that mode, you can either wheel on the thumbnail itself or the
> > 3) Clips now also have a preview mode, but only a still image instead
> > of the 5 second play.
> > 4) 2 bugs in Proxy Resources window display were fixed where the
> > thumbnails were just plain crazy. Part of the craziness occurred when
> > the media had more than 1 proxy type - that is a proxied mp4 and a
> > proxied webm, for example.
> > 5) The drag select white bar highlight was not always correctly
> > highlighting. This was a bug we discovered while looking into a
> > solution for issue #7 (which is scheduled to have work start on some
> > of it tomorrow).
> > 6) Inter-View mode - This is the EXCITING NEW FEATURE prompted by
> > Pierre's request. We were dubious at first, but now think it is a
> > very useful function for more than 1 reason. A short how to is next.
> > - do your editing as usual
> > - make sure you are in Preview mode in the Resources window; that is
> > the right facing green colored arrow to the left of the word Search
> > which is surrounded by a gold color when enabled.
> > - middle mouse click on a thumbnail in the Resources window and a
> > popup occurs of that media with a white colored bar at the top and a
> > red colored bar at the bottom
> > The bars represent the presence or absence (the black sections) of
> > where that media is used on the timeline. Here are the buttons:
> > - click on the top white or black spaces in the top bar, and in the
> > Viewer, the In/Out [/] pointers will show location of that edit
> > - click on the bottom red or black space in the bottom bar, and in the
> > timeline and composer the position will change AND you can even drag
> > on this line and it will correspondingly update the position in the
> > timeline
> > - Ctrl-click on the bottom bar and the timeline and composer are
> > re-positioned to the beginning of that section
> > NOTE to Pierre, point #2 in your latest Issue #5 is not feasible
> > because the timeline and the composer should be at the same place to
> > ensure that an insert or delete occur in the right place.
> > -Shift-click on the bottom bar and a "selection" is made of that
> > section and the composer is updated with that start position
> > NOTE to Pierre, switching #1 and #3 as in issue #5 note would make
> > this inconsistent with "shift-click" as already designated in the
> > timeline as selecting/highlighting a section. I hope this makes sense
> > to you.
> > NOTE to IgorBeg, I hope you come up with a demonstration of this to
> > put on datafilehost so other users can see it. See:
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