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  • Wed, May 31 2017 10:42 PM

    • chuckkahn
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    Jump to next Title in timeline?

    Is there a way to jump to next Title in timeline?

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  • Wed, May 31 2017 11:35 PM In reply to

    • Martin Fox
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    Re: Jump to next Title in timeline?

    I put titles on a track above the video and use the fast forward or rewind command to go to next event on highlight track (the title track). Set you preferences for the fast forward command in settings,

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    Re: Jump to next Title in timeline?

    Coming from someone who works as an assistant a lot of the time putting titles on their own track is very good practice, the same as using dedicated tracks for sync, fx and music.

    I separate out transparencies, solid gfx and avid titles to their own (sometimes multiple) tracks. This makes clean exports and replacements easy.

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  • Wed, Sep 13 2017 1:06 PM In reply to

    • Mark
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    Re: Jump to next Title in timeline?

    siencs:

    [P]utting titles on their own track is very good practice, the same as using dedicated tracks for sync, fx and music.

    [S]eparate out transparencies, solid gfx and avid titles to their own (sometimes multiple) tracks. This makes clean exports and replacements easy.

    Nice.

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