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    Can anyone explain after I render an entire 1.5 hour timeline and then make a change without effecting the length I have to render all over again? The change is a letter change from TMP.

    Thanks,
    Ara
    Thanks,
    Ara

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  • #2
    why did you render an entire timeline? I would render sections that can't be played in real-time, however this also hardly happens to me

    when you render sections (non-real-time), then you only need to render the section around the title after you made the change
    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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    • #3
      Anton,

      The reason for rendering the entire timeline is due to the fact of many many filters, slo mo and so on. This is usually done just before the conversion to DVD. Could you explain why I have to re render areas after this change I make? Could it be render settings?
      Thanks,
      Ara

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ajcvideo View Post
        Anton,

        The reason for rendering the entire timeline is due to the fact of many many filters, slo mo and so on. This is usually done just before the conversion to DVD. Could you explain why I have to re render areas after this change I make? Could it be render settings?
        Does the entire timeline color change or just the change area? If it is this,
        put in and out points and then render within those points.
        Jerry
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        • #5
          I make in at beginning and out at the end and do a complete render of all areas. When completed the entire timeline is green. When I make any change like a title at the beginning than the entire timeline looses that green color and becomes different colors again like there was no render at all.
          Thanks,
          Ara

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ajcvideo View Post
            I make in at beginning and out at the end and do a complete render of all areas. When completed the entire timeline is green. When I make any change like a title at the beginning than the entire timeline looses that green color and becomes different colors again like there was no render at all.
            I don't have that issue. If I make changes the only color change is on the area that has been modified. I then have the in and out points and re render.
            Jerry
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            • #7
              Exactly! That is what I want but it is not happening that way. Can anybody out there explain this anomile. It is very frustrating.
              Thanks,
              Ara

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              • #8
                But if the time line is converted to dvd it makes no sense to render it at all .
                Just export it to file you use and that export will take care of everything.

                The only reason you would ever render the timeline is if you are playing realtime to a dvd recorder.

                Steve
                Steve
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                • #9

                  The only reason you would ever render the timeline is if you are playing realtime to a dvd recorder.

                  Steve
                  This is what I meant.
                  Thanks,
                  Ara

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                  • #10
                    Ah...ok know I get it. I thought you where exporting to a file for burn.

                    Steve
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                    • #11
                      If you do a RENDER between IN and OUT prior to output then make a single change then you WILL have to render the whole lot again - I think when you render an entire area EDIUS makes a TEMP file corresponding to the rendered area I think its an info file for the system........So any changes will effect the whole TEMP file THUS a rerender is needed.

                      I only render parts that are not RT and 99% of my work is realtime - Far less hassle to encode to Mpeg 2 and do a quick DVD author?

                      Multiple layer sections with lots of filters effects is what I have to render But they are done in sections IN and OUT points.

                      Can you work this way?
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                      • #12
                        in that case, the answer is simple

                        1. make the change to the title

                        2. select the title on timeline and double click the ruler above, this will mark in and out on title area

                        3. press Shift+Q and it is all fixed
                        Anton Strauss
                        Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SRsupport View Post
                          Ah...ok know I get it. I thought you where exporting to a file for burn.

                          Steve
                          My apologies. I could see that my statement was ambiguous.
                          Thanks,
                          Ara

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