[Bf-committers] Frame Rate: Time Remapping
tobias.oelgarte at googlemail.com
Wed Mar 23 19:39:04 CET 2011
I already submitted a bug report some weeks ago. Don't know anymore who
reacted to this. But in the end it should be added to the todo-list. The
feature works partially, but some strange things are happening: Timeline
does not update correctly (at least if you try to navigate), Rendering
will be aborted at wrong points, and some animation features are stuttering.
I would like to have this feature back or reimplemented, since it is the
only simple way to adjust the timing.
Am 23.03.2011 19:31, schrieb Dalai Felinto:
> Hi Troy,
> I've used this in 2.49 and there it works fine. I remember Ton fixing a bug
> 1-2 years ago on that and mentioning that the whole remapping implementation
> was a bit hacky. He may feel that without a proper re-design it's not a good
> thing to keep maintaining. The official current status is: "half
> implemented/candidate to be removed" (not my words) .
> There are also two bug reports related to that in the tracker. Remember that
> the search function in the tracker can show you closed items as well. That
> helps to track back if an issue is supposed to be fixed, it's in the Todo
> tracker or it was never reported.
>  -
>  -
> 2011/3/23 Troy Sobotka<troy.sobotka at gmail.com>
>> On Sun, Mar 13, 2011 at 5:46 PM, Troy Sobotka<troy.sobotka at gmail.com>
>>> Whilst mucking about retiming, I noticed that I was unable to get any
>>> sort of output shift on frame input to output ratio using the Time
>>> Remapping Old and New values.
>>> Has anyone tested it recently and gotten it to work? If so, what dark
>>> alchemy did you invoke?
>> Am I to assume that no one has / is actually used this feature since
>> the dark ages?
>> Sorry to bump, but I believe this should at least get looked at.
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