[CinCV TNG] [impr] Request; key frames for projector and camera automation
cinelerra at posteo.de
Wed Apr 11 18:49:05 CEST 2018
That's great news. This update makes the plugin much easier to use. I'm
just revising the tutorial a little bit because I wasn't quite happy
with it. This info comes at the right time, because I can then present
the revised plugin in the tutorial. I can wait a little longer, there's
no hurry. Thx :-)
On 11.04.2018 17:42, Phyllis Smith wrote:
> Sam, just a quick update. GG has been working for the last couple of
> days on other improvements - specifically adding the ability in
> findobject to create a box that can be dragged (like in the titler) so
> that the dials don't slow a person down. And the box lines will be
> thicker too. By making a widget out of the drag box it can be used in
> future endeavors without additional work. This widget will replace
> the current Title plugin drag box so requires a lot of testing here to
> ensure there is no impact on current Title plugins saved in previous
> So the suggestions below will be looked into after done with the above.
> Also, he found a SEGV gaussian bug using findobject / Sift that he
> will report to OpenCV that was not in a previous version of OpenCV.
> We are really looking forward to the tutorial! GG/Phyllis
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Sam <cinelerra at posteo.de
> <mailto:cinelerra at posteo.de>> wrote:
> I've been working like you recommended for a few days now and it
> works very well. Copying the keyframes is very easy this way and
> I'm making good progress with my tutorial. However, I would be
> very happy about one thing or would make my work much easier.
> Resetting the projector and camera automation in the compositor. I
> prefer to work with shortcuts, would it be possible to assign the
> F11 or ALT + P key for resetting the projector and the F12 or ALT
> + C key for the camera? Other key combinations are also possible.
> It would improve the handling, because I can then remain directly
> in the timeline without having to open the context menu of the
> compositor with a right click. Especially with many zoom actions
> and moving the projector position it would be a big advantage.
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