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  • Snapping

    Is it just me or has the snapping got much more soggy since 4.03 - it seems that when the timeline view is wide, trying to drop a clip to the cursor is almost impossible, I'm sure it used to be really good - but then I'm older and slower too.

    Paul
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  • #2
    By default Edius likes to snap to everythng.
    Give it less options and it may behave better.

    Rusty
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    • #3
      what Edius needs is a user adjustable snap strength like we had in Speed Razor, I think I requested that a few years ago
      Anton Strauss
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rusty View Post
        By default Edius likes to snap to everythng.
        Give it less options and it may behave better.

        Rusty
        You decide what it snaps too and how. It is user adjustable.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
          what Edius needs is a user adjustable snap strength like we had in Speed Razor, I think I requested that a few years ago
          You can temporarily disable snapping by simply holding down the Shift button. Letting go of the shift button brings back snapping.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by STORMDAVE View Post
            You can temporarily disable snapping by simply holding down the Shift button. Letting go of the shift button brings back snapping.
            I know, but I was referring to snap strength (the strength of the magnetic attraction in frames)
            http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...p-strength.gif
            Anton Strauss
            Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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            • #7
              Originally posted by STORMDAVE View Post
              You can temporarily disable snapping by simply holding down the Shift button. Letting go of the shift button brings back snapping.

              I think this feature is kind of broken with 4.51c, if you have lots of transitions, holding down shift and then drag your the cursor, sometime it still have a slight snap, so if you are trying to see the video while draging, it skips a few frames before and after the effects, draging the cursor back and forth will smooth it out and won't snap but the first time you drag it still have a slight snap.
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