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    Jerry
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  • Jerry
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    Most of my Exports are HQ. I have a preset that I hit that automatically selects the HQ exporter and the checkbox for in and out. Pretty easy.
    For other types of outs I have to do it manually.

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  • NakedEye
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    Originally posted by Rusty View Post
    The new behavior of E6 has been the topic of many a heated debate and until it becomes an option to select what has been seen (as opposed to what remains unseen) there will be some disagreement of the virtue of the current setup. Yes, Alt+N works but is not always desirable.

    While my nemisis "SyncMode" is now in full view and off my list, this is one I can't wait to see improved. (this also goes for in/out export tickbox)
    Not wanting to kick this debate off again but I am 100% with you on this Rusty... the amount of times I have caught myself out by that check box not being ticked aaaarghhh... I know I will get used to it but a configurable option for most of the workflow oddities would indeed be great.

    Enough from me.

    Best

    Dave.

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  • Rusty
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  • Rusty
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    The new behavior of E6 has been the topic of many a heated debate and until it becomes an option to select what has been seen (as opposed to what remains unseen) there will be some disagreement of the virtue of the current setup. Yes, Alt+N works but is not always desirable.

    While my nemisis "SyncMode" is now in full view and off my list, this is one I can't wait to see improved. (this also goes for in/out export tickbox)

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  • johannesj
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    Use N to delite immediately a part of a clip beforewhere you wana do the cut, and use M to delite immediately a part of a clip after where you wana do the the cut. C to split a clip.
    :)

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  • pjsssss
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    It doesn't, but if you want the action you just described, you should be using N not C. Try N, Alt N, M Alt M (see their functions) and your editing will speed up.

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  • cinnamondouche
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    started a topic Insert Cut Point behavior change?

    Insert Cut Point behavior change?

    With EDIUS 5, inserting a cut point (C key) would insert the cut and then select the clip before the cut, making it easy to delete this immediately. Now it seems to delete the clip AFTER the cut (the raw footage I haven't gotten to yet). I played with all the settings and I can't find how to revert the original behavior. Any suggestions?
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