October 19th, 2008, 02:57 PM
I edit a .TS file to remove ads and I want to save each one of the remaining clips as separated files. I found and read the tutorial (Splitfiles.pdf), tried it out but I got a different output.
Lets say I have three green selections in the list I want to keep and save to three different files.
If I set the "Queue to batch clears cut list" to ON, each time I select a section and hit the Ctrl+B to send it to the batch manager, I loose all the others selections too.
If I set the "Queue... " thing to OFF each time I will hit the Ctrl+B I will get a file built with all the green sections joined.
Where am I wrong?
October 19th, 2008, 07:11 PM
Yes it will clear the cutlist.
You need to have only one segment on the timeline.
Clearing each segment allows you to create the next segment to batch as a separate file.
October 20th, 2008, 03:26 PM
OK. Let's check if I understand.
Every time I hit CTRL + B all the green sections will be added to the output file created from the batch manager, regardless of which section I selected before sending the task to the batch manager. I'll get the same output using the "Save as" button: am I correct?
And I can see it in the Preview mode: right?
If I am, let me ask you a question, or maybe it's a feature request:
wouldn't it be smarter and more useful having a "Save each section as a separate file" command, to let us easily save all the editing done on a single long TV recording full of ads and containing many different programs (cartoons, in my case)?
Should something go wrong, reloading the project could save a lot of work and let us just start editing and saving again.
It would also be more logical, IMHO, if the "Save as" and the "Send to batch" commands would act only on the selected section or maybe give you the option to choose the behaviour, maybe with a modifing key.
Another thing could be the highlighting, in the list, of the sections already present in the batch manager.
Thanks for listening.
If I select a row in the scene list, the focus is still on the timeline, in fact I can't use the UP or DOWN ARROW keys to navigate through the listed scenes.
Another thing is: the Help window is an "always on top" window and won't disappear if you click on the VideoRedo button in the taskbar. Unfortunately, as it doesn't resize properly you have to make it wider in order to read the help and so it will overlap the app window.
And last one, when moving the help window around, the frame present in the VRedo main window will flicker like mad.
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