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    Hello,

    Quick question about how the Batch encoder handles changes to the timeline:

    If I had an encode setup in the batch encoder then go make changes to the timeline footage, how does the batch encoder see this situation?

    A) take a snapshot when it is setup and remember the original state of things?

    or

    B) Encode whatever is on the timeline when you hit start using the latest version of things?

    Thanks.
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    B - it acts like it is a sequence - update the sequence and it updates wherever that sequence is nested.

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    • #3
      Thanks! I have all night of encoding ahead and wanted to make sure.
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      • #4
        What is nice is that if you have a list that you have already done you can make some changes and go back to your batch list and just tick the ones you want done again and it will remake them, with your changes.
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        • #5
          Thanks. Now if we can get the ability to batch export into separate multiple clips that would really be great.
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          • #6
            Update:

            If you add markers after the fact they will NOT transfer through a TMPG plugin encode!
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