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  • Thu, Mar 16 2017 4:44 PM

    • Jason Sedmak
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    Allow FrameFlex settings to be copy/pasted or pulled for later use

    Title says it all, if you've got a million FF adjustments, but only wanna adjust it once, why in the world can't you hand-grab the FF icon like every other effect and stick it in a bin?


    Safety measures aside, I'd much rather have the option, and, no, I don't wanna do it via the bin and global source settings.


    Would go a LONG way for today's workflows.




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  • Sat, Mar 25 2017 6:25 PM In reply to

    • jef
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    Re: Allow FrameFlex settings to be copy/pasted or pulled for later use

    Yet one more example of the failings of Frameflex.

    Resolution independence should be available by using a tool such as 3D Warp (even with it's severe limitations).

    Really hate to say that Premiere has this area of modern post production handled in a more useful manner.

    All that ranting aside, I agree with Jason.


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