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  • Audio Preview in the BROWSE Window

    1. Launch Edius, open a project then minimize the program;
    2. Click twice on the attached software. Nothing visible will happen.
    3. Go in Edius and browse for an audio file.
    4. Click once on it and press F11 to listen to the audio file and F12 to stop
    playing.


    Hope that can help.

    Credit goes to http://videodintorni.forumfree.it/
    Written by "Angiolettobello"
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    Last edited by tonyblueeyes; 01-30-2010, 12:19 PM.
    Engineer for Digital Point production ltd.

    Video & Video
    The Official Italian Forum for Techinical Support to EDIUS.
    http://videodintorni.forumfree.it

  • #2
    I would like to know a little more about it before I put a program I know nothing about on my computer.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by tonyblueeyes View Post
      1. Launch Edius, open a project then minimize the program;
      2. Click twice on the attached software. Nothing visible will happen.
      3. Go in Edius and browse for an audio file.
      4. Click once on it and press F11 to listen to the audio file and F12 to stop
      playing.


      Hope that can help.
      "Nothing visible will happen." as in a virus in the background quietly installing?? please more information.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
        I would like to know a little more about it before I put a program I know nothing about on my computer.
        Originally posted by junk_man32 View Post
        "Nothing visible will happen." as in a virus in the background quietly installing?? please more information.
        Well, actually it's a macro.
        It's going to recognize the left mouse button and open
        at the same time a background mediaplayer to play the music selected,
        as soon as F11 key is pressed.

        It is not a virus. I'm no so stupid.
        Engineer for Digital Point production ltd.

        Video & Video
        The Official Italian Forum for Techinical Support to EDIUS.
        http://videodintorni.forumfree.it

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        • #5
          Thanks for working on potential plug-ins.

          I followed your instructions, but have seen no results.
          It's not completely clear, but, should I hear results in the Bin or when using file Import?
          Would there be a conflict with NX?

          I see EdiusPlay.exe *32 in the Task Manager, so I know it's running.

          Originally posted by junk_man32 View Post
          "Nothing visible will happen." as in a virus in the background quietly installing?? please more information.
          tonyblueeyes has mentioned developing plug-ins, so it's kind of hard to believe anyone would suspect this. My 2¢
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          • #6
            Nothing personal Antonio, but I would like to know much more about it such as the questions that Rusty asked. I would need a lot more details before I would load it. Now if it generated a waveform in the source monitor I would be very interested

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            • #7
              Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
              Nothing personal Antonio, but I would like to know much more about it such as the questions that Rusty asked. I would need a lot more details before I would load it. Now if it generated a waveform in the source monitor I would be very interested
              No problems, at all.
              I understand your personal point of view.

              Please do accept, my apologize.


              Everything is available at http://www.autohotkey.com/.

              From there, you can download an application able to generate little macros
              for any program in Windows.

              Originally posted by Rusty View Post
              Thanks for working on potential plug-ins.
              Rusty, I am not the developer of this script.
              This Macro has been written by "Angiolettobello" from
              an Italian Edius Support Forum : http://videodintorni.forumfree.it/, which I personally know.

              Moving on....

              We have Edius and I want to create a macro able to play the music,
              when the mouse-pointer is pointing on an music-file (...when using file import, clicking twice in the bin, or Menu-> File -> Open Clip....).

              As soon as you click on the .wav file name with the left mouse button and press F11, the filename is captured as a memory string and queued to
              Windows Media Player (wich is a pre-requisite in your O.S.) :

              C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Media Player\wmplayer “nameofsong.wav”

              If you press F12, the macro execution will be stopped.

              Thats'it.
              ---------------------------

              WMP11’s new command line options :

              This option will open wmp and play the playlist listed (NameOfPlayList)
              wmplayer /Playlist NameOfPlayList

              Play a song (nameofsong.wma):
              wmplayer “c:\nameofsong.wma”

              Play a song or video in fullscreen mode:
              wmplayer “c:\nameofvideo.wmv” /fullscreen

              Play the DVD device:
              wmplayer /device:DVD

              Play a song with the player in a certain skin (headspace):
              wmplayer “c:\nameofsong.wma”?wmpskin=headspace“

              Open player in the Copy From CD Mode:
              wmplayer /Task CDAudio

              These all can be combined as well… for example…

              Play DVD in fullscreen:
              wmplayer /device:DVD /fullscreen

              and so on.....

              Hope that can help.
              Last edited by tonyblueeyes; 01-30-2010, 01:43 PM.
              Engineer for Digital Point production ltd.

              Video & Video
              The Official Italian Forum for Techinical Support to EDIUS.
              http://videodintorni.forumfree.it

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              • #8
                The author of this script is
                www.galaxisas.it alias "angiolettobello"
                For other information: [email protected]
                or [email protected]
                Last edited by angioletto; 01-30-2010, 12:45 PM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by angioletto View Post
                  The author of this script is
                  www.galaxisas.it alias "angiolettobello"
                  For other information: [email protected]it
                  or [email protected]
                  Angioletto, thanks for your efforts.
                  Engineer for Digital Point production ltd.

                  Video & Video
                  The Official Italian Forum for Techinical Support to EDIUS.
                  http://videodintorni.forumfree.it

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
                    Now if it generated a waveform in the source monitor I would be very interested
                    This is one feature that I would love to have as well.... It is very handy for trimming dialogue between words before putting the clip on the timeline. Many years ago the old Radius EditDV program (R.I.P.) had this function and I used it all the time. I miss this little feature.
                    Tom Koveleskie - Director/Producer/Editor
                    Quarter Town Films - Independent Feature and Documentary Films.

                    Edius 8 WG with HDSpark, AMD 8 core FX 8370 Black Edition 4.3 GHZ, MSI 970A Krait Edition, 16 GB Patriot DDR3 1333 MHz RAM, EVGA Nvidia GTX 780 TI graphics, Win 10 X64.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Alter Ego View Post
                      This is one feature that I would love to have as well.... It is very handy for trimming dialogue between words before putting the clip on the timeline. Many years ago the old Radius EditDV program (R.I.P.) had this function and I used it all the time. I miss this little feature.
                      I perfectly agree with you.

                      It's something very useful.

                      Even if it is not integrated with Edius, I think would be
                      possible create a third party plug-in or even a macro
                      to realize that.
                      Engineer for Digital Point production ltd.

                      Video & Video
                      The Official Italian Forum for Techinical Support to EDIUS.
                      http://videodintorni.forumfree.it

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                      • #12
                        I use Autohotkey scripts a LOT with EDIUS. There are great and make work flows much easier. (I use them for windows as well)
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