[Cin] Imported sequences in Master Project and the Viewer
phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 17 06:04:30 CEST 2019
Fixed version usecase.pdf and usecase.odt and replaced them where they were
On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 3:30 AM Igor BEGHETTO <igorbeg at visi1.org> wrote:
> About Manual.
> In the "usecase.pdf", at the end of the document, where there is the
> "Note: for correct ... project.", I would add something like "To avoid to
> know how many tracks you need, you can use Nest feature (see Nesting
> More I would suggest to insert the word "sequence" near "Sub project",
> because a professional user know so; and in Load window you find "Nest
> *sequence*" option. You can write in the point #2 "...also saved a Sub
> project (usually called sequence)..." and then to use always the word
> "sequence" instead of "sub project".
> And, for my personal taste, I would change the title in "Working with the
> sequences" and then, I think, is needed a more complex explain in that
> sub-chapter. Only an idea.
> On the manual, in "Camera and Projector" section, I think it would be
> important to add the two images that you find in "Cinelerra CV Manual.htm"
> and I add here. I know, they are drawn by hand but it is important to
> understand how camera and projector work.
> GG looked at the code and the way the Overwrite works was intentionally
> written to work this way (it is a feature, not a bug). To me it makes good
> sense, because you could very well want the autos/plugins you put in the
> Master to be in effect always for smooth looking videos.
> Thanks GG. And I think you are right, Phyllis. May be that you want put a
> part of a sequence in the Master project without overwrite the Master
> project's effects.
> Also, I will find out about a warning message as recommended in "about
> note 1", but I am forecasting that gg will not want to.
> Okay. Thank you.
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