[Cin] Ripple, Rolling, Slip tools in the new version

Pierre autourduglobe p.autourduglobe at gmail.com
Sat Feb 2 15:42:27 CET 2019

Hi IgorBeg,

I agree with you about the Ripple tool, it should behave as before when 
it comes to adjusting a cut from the beginning of a clip.

As for the Slip tool and the dual display of the clips of the cut in the 
composer, I believe that it is necessary to maintain a constant behavior 
between the different modes; the dual display shows each side of a cut. 
To change the display as you propose in this case, I think it should be 
an applicable option by pressing the "option" button.


On 19-02-02 06 h 06, Igor BEGHETTO wrote:
> Hi GG/Phyllis,
> I am using the new month build and thank you for your great work.
> A few questions.
> 1) Ripple tool (more used).
> I can see, now, that Ripple tool is not a very ripple edit, for me.
> I know (knew at this point) that Ripple tool may made shorter or longera 
> clip. Now I can made shorter or longer a clip only on right side of that 
> clip.
> I added a screencast: https://streamable.com/1vs0f
> For me the right way is like before. I added a quickly scheme with four 
> cases, following your scheme.
> (See file "ripple-edit.txt" appended).
> 2) Rolling tool. Okay.
> I added a screencast: https://streamable.com/g6cpr
> 3) Slip tool.
> Now, when I drag to left in timeline, the Compositor shows the clip to 
> go forward in the time and vice versa.
> I added a screencast: https://streamable.com/kuh0k
> I would expect that if I drag to left the Compositor shows the clip to 
> go back in the time.
> (See file "slip-edit.txt" appended)
> More, if possible, it would be useful if the Compositor could show the 
> split view with, on the left side shows the clip's InPoint that changes 
> and on the right side shows the clips's OutPoint that changes.
> What do you think about, please?
> If I am wrong you can tell me.
> Thank you.
> IgorBeg

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