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  • Sun, Apr 15 2012 10:55 AM

    • Mediagix
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    Audio Keyframes, Magnifying Timline

    Audio Keyfames:
    Make marked keyframes movable horizontally, as well, not only vertically.
    This feature was also suggested by Eddie Hamilton here: http://eddiehamilton.com/avidvsfcp.htm
    I'd compliment Avid on considering his thoughts and suggestions, not only drop his name in feature video.

    Magnifying Timeline:
    When you press control+m you can magnify the timeline, but so far I haven't found a way to map it to the keyboard.
    Am I overseeing it in the command palette? If not, it's a suggestion to have it there.

    Plus I suggest, that using the aforementioned command w/o marking an area to be magnified,
    takes you back the previous timeline zoom level. If you press again, it would take you back to the
    magnifying level before that and so on - like the "back" command on a web browser.

     

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  • Sun, Apr 15 2012 7:40 PM In reply to

    Re: Audio Keyframes, Magnifying Timline

    Mediagix:
    When you press control+m you can magnify the timeline, but so far I haven't found a way to map it to the keyboard.

    If you're pressing CTRL+M, then you're using the keyboard.  Are you saying you want to map it to another location?  

    You should look at Menu-To-Button mapping.  

    CTRL+M, is the command for Zoom In, but it is not the same as More Detail (which is located at CTRL+[)  

    Both are mappable using Menu-To-Button mapping.  

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  • Sun, Apr 15 2012 8:11 PM In reply to

    Re: Audio Keyframes, Magnifying Timline

    And audio keyframes ARE movable horizontally, but dragging with the ALT key on PC or the OPTION key on Mac. However, a region of marked audio keyframes can only be moved vertically. Moving a region of keyframes horizontally is a long standing request.

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  • Sun, Apr 15 2012 8:13 PM In reply to

    • Mediagix
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    Re: Audio Keyframes, Magnifying Timline

    Larry Rubin:
    Moving a region of keyframes horizontally is a long standing request.

    yes, I'm referring to a group.

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  • Sun, Apr 15 2012 8:28 PM In reply to

    • Mediagix
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    Re: Audio Keyframes, Magnifying Timline

    Kenton.VanNatten:
    Both are mappable using Menu-To-Button mapping.  

    I was hoping so, but I didn't find anything in the menu to map it from. Any idea?

    Still it would be helpful to have it in the pallete, as well...

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  • Sun, Apr 15 2012 8:39 PM In reply to

    Re: Audio Keyframes, Magnifying Timline

    Go to the fast (hamburger) menu of the timeline and map "more detail" and "less detail".

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  • Sun, Apr 15 2012 8:45 PM In reply to

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    Re: Audio Keyframes, Magnifying Timline

    there it was! there's even a zoom back command, that's a start...

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