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<font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif">Hi Daniel,<br>
take a look at screencast, please. <br>
</font><font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif"> Shared track
function. </font><font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif">It
works for the Autos: Camera, Projector, Fade. Not for Effects and
The original idea is not mine but by igor_ubuntu user. <br>
Original thread to <a
</font><font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif">(Thanks again
igor_ubuntu, everywhere you are!)</font><br>
Il 12/03/2019 5.01, Daniel Reurich ha scritto:
<pre wrap="">Hi Phyllis,
Perhaps a picture will help..
I have 2 camera recordings that provide the complete timeline for a
whole days footage, and I'm adding in additional content like slides
that were put on the screen.
What I'm ideally after is a monitor for each video track at the point
before it enters the mixer, and presents that tracks image at the
cursor. It would be what the mixer view presents but before any
fade/mute/mix is applied. It would be nice to be able to select between
pre and post effects.
Perhaps it could be done by extending the mixer viewer paradigm to be a
multi-stage moniter - able to select the following modes:
a) Input signal: this is the view you'd see from this track at the
timelines cursor but before any effects, fade/mute or mixing stages.
It would be like seeing what the raw frame of a 2nd camera feed looks
like at that point in the timeline. This would be useful for doing
things like aligning video from commodity camera's where different
angles of the same footage can be aligned to saw a clapper board.
b) Prefade - This is a view of the Input signal of the track the primary
effects including camera and projector effect applied, but before the
This would be used to see the track Input signal with the effects
applied. It would useful particularly for preparing picture in picture
overlays and ensuring that before fading between tracks
c) Mixer view - This the same as the current Mixer view.</pre>