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  • #16
    Have any of you tried the blend filter? This gives smooth
    keyframes with yuv filter. Try it!
    Jerry
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Jerry View Post
      Have any of you tried the blend filter? This gives smooth
      keyframes with yuv filter. Try it!
      Yes, it works fine Jerry. It would be good if they fixed the keyframes so we wouldn't have to use workarounds, but looks like they are not in any hurry to do that.

      Richard

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