[Cin] Can 'play track' status propagate to ganged tracks?
ngoonee.talk at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 00:24:43 CEST 2020
You have understood correctly. I was under the impression the new gang
tracks was meant to group audio (stereo or 5.1) together, in which case
propagating the play status makes sense to me. I ended up reverting to the
old way of doing things, as is normally the case.
Thanks also to the other respondent who mentioned shift, that really helps
on smaller size projects.
On Sat, 10 Oct 2020, 16:03 Igor BEGHETTO via Cin, <
cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:
> I don't know if I understood well your request, but the Gange tracks
> mode was born (@AVLinux request) to create a Master track with its Slave
> tracks, saving space on the Timeline (short explain, sorry; it makes more).
> An User might want to disable "Play track" on a Master track but don't
> its Slave tracks (to be able to see or hear the content) , I think.
> Il 09/10/2020 11:25, Oon-Ee Ng via Cin ha scritto:
> > Title says it all really. Didn't notice the new ganged tracks
> > functionality till now (have a new project which needs a bit more than
> > my usual workflow), and it looks like it'll help, but for this project
> > I'm lining up a tonne of media in different tracks and would like to
> > be able to easily 'mute' tracks (I use the 'play track' green arrow
> > for that).
> > I know I can just adjust the volume as a stop gap, but that tends to
> > lead to volume issues at the end when I'm pushing everything back up
> > (something will definitely get only halfway till 100%).
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