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  • Tue, Oct 22 2019 9:52 PM

    Track Height Presets

    Is there a way to assign track heigh presets in AMC?  

    I have a project and most sequences have 5 tracks of video, 4 tracks of DX, 4 tracks of temp SFX, and 3 tracks of music.  I'd like to be able to assign a few presets, one where the music has it's track height group maximized so I can quickly jump back and forth as my focus shifts.

    As-is I have to select each of the tracks, then maximize, but other previously maximized tracks stay big and leave my view.  very annoying when i am trying to line up tracks to an edit, or sfx to a part of a song, etc.

     

    Thanks

    Chapman

  • Wed, Oct 23 2019 2:23 AM In reply to

    • smrpix
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    Re: Track Height Presets

    You can set up your preferred timeline views, then name, save and recall them with the view menu at the bottom of the timeline window.  Can't assign them to key commands, but it's faster than manually resizing every time.

  • Wed, Oct 23 2019 3:19 AM In reply to

    Re: Track Height Presets

    smrpix:

    You can set up your preferred timeline views, then name, save and recall them with the view menu at the bottom of the timeline window.  Can't assign them to key commands, but it's faster than manually resizing every time.

    you can actually assign them to KB shortcuts. Its in the command pallete, always has been as "TL1-TL16" or something like that. 

  • Wed, Oct 23 2019 4:46 AM In reply to

    • smrpix
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    Re: Track Height Presets

    Robert Goodman :

    smrpix:

    You can set up your preferred timeline views, then name, save and recall them with the view menu at the bottom of the timeline window.  Can't assign them to key commands, but it's faster than manually resizing every time.

    you can actually assign them to KB shortcuts. Its in the command pallete, always has been as "TL1-TL16" or something like that.

    And here I was trying to do menu to button assignment.  Thanks!

     

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