[CinCV TNG] Viewer: Timecode not stopping at the end of the video
igorbeg at visi1.org
Sat Jun 23 20:50:26 CEST 2018
Ooh, thanks igor_ubuntu; I saw the old threads (february 2018) and yours
video. Then my new thread is a duplicate. Sorry.
Il 23/06/2018 16.05, igor_ubuntu ha scritto:
> 2018-06-23 16:13 GMT+03:00 Igor BEGHETTO <igorbeg at visi1.org
> <mailto:igorbeg at visi1.org>>:
> /Thanks for the manual's reference and the video (one video/image
> is better of 1000 words). This feature is very good; I dragged
> with RightMouseButton (RMB) only the right side. Now I understand
> completely, thanks Phyllis./
> IgorBeg, you do not understand it completely. It is a bug.
> Re-read manual/:
> The Viewer and Compositor have a timebar and slider below the video
> The timebar defines a region known as the preview region. _The preview
> region is the region of the timeline which the slider affects. _
> *The slider only covers the time covered by the preview region.*
> By using a preview region inside the entire program and using the
> slider inside the
> preview region you can quickly and precisely seek in the compositor and
> viewer. *If you go to the slider and slide it around with the preview
> shrunk, you will see the slider only affects the preview region. **
> The playback (by manually) should stop when it reaches to the end or
> to the start of 'region of interest' (/of the preview region/).
> It is very convenient and allows accurate navigation on small sections
> of video.
> At present, there are no fixed boundaries due the bug and the idea of
> this function is completely lost.
> But, maybe I explained myself bad; if my video, loaded in the
> Viewer, is 2:00 (2minutes, 00 frames) long, when I drag the
> pointer on the right (with Preview region disabled - or enable -),
> the timecode should stop at 2:00. Same behaviour with "Frame
> Forward (1)" button with mouse click or keyboard.
> Can you confirm that, please?
> There are two related bugs here.
> Sam's peport
> Mine about preview region
> Igor aka i_u
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