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    Exporting out a video file is driving me crazy, I keep looking for the completed file to show up in the Bin, so I know it is finished, then I panic, where is it, then I remember the GV Job Monitor. This is crazy.
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    I actually love this. In the past it would always put the rendered video in whatever folder you were currently in. Hated that. In the manager you can click and select add to bin so if you want it in the project it’s easy to do.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by oswaldbobb View Post
      Exporting out a video file is driving me crazy, I keep looking for the completed file to show up in the Bin, so I know it is finished, then I panic, where is it, then I remember the GV Job Monitor. This is crazy.
      You do know you can have the job monitor showing and you can see the progress of the file being exported? Once completed, you can always right-click and add to Bin if you like.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by lancelewis View Post
        I actually love this. In the past it would always put the rendered video in whatever folder you were currently in. Hated that. In the manager you can click and select add to bin so if you want it in the project it’s easy to do.
        I like this change too. I always had to go and remove from the bin as I never want the export in the project.
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        • #5
          I like it, especially that Edius can still be used while exporting.
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          • #6
            It took me a couple of times before it felt natural, but now I must say i like it as well. What I like the very most is that it facilitates not only continuing to work on the same project while rendering but you can now actually close the project you are rendering and open up another project to work on! This is a delight! This is a keeper!
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            • #7
              Yes! Opening a new project while rendering was a pleasant surprise. Of course, working on project while rendering will slow render down and handing more power to editing depending on cpu limits, but that option would be meaningless if you couldn't work while rendering, and in pauses between clicking and editing render kicks in again fast, nice job!

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