[Bf-committers] VSE movie and other improvements
aligorith at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 12:02:20 CET 2016
Ah crap. I'll take a look into some options about what we can do here in
the meantime, and will be around on IRC for another 2 hours or so :)
On Fri, Jan 8, 2016 at 11:36 PM, Thomas Beck <software at plasmasolutions.de>
> Hi Joshua,
> I saw that you already committed a "fix" for the missing "frame rate
> update" on import. This may be great for first time users and even great
> when you only have one strip to import, but in our massive VSE projects
> here at Plasmasolutions it really raises our error level. In every VSE
> project (40GB data / 120 clips on average) we have many different frame
> rates because some strips are meant to "just play as is" others are meant
> to be slow motion clips and so on. Your option makes it so that all our
> slowmo clips cause Blender to change the frame rate - which is catastrophic
> as this causes aligned audio strips to overlap even when the scene frame
> rate is reset to the original value (just happened to us).
> Even disabling this option in the file browser is only a temporary solution
> as the option is lost on a Blender restart and not easy to unset per
> default in all PCs at our studio. If it "has" to be an option then it would
> be much better to have it in the user prefs where we could globally disable
> I'll be on IRC later on...
> CU Thomas
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> 2016-01-08 8:58 GMT+01:00 Sybren A. Stüvel <sybren at stuvel.eu>:
> > On Fri, Jan 08, 2016 at 04:52:23PM +1300, Joshua Leung wrote:
> > > 1) Add a "Fit to Frame" for images, instead of only "stretch to fit"
> > > or "crop"
> > This would be great. We might even have a longer list of possible
> > options, similar to what's offered when setting a desktop background.
> > > Since you're dealing with a lot of these images, and not all of them
> > > are horizontal or vertical only, it's much more of a pain to have to
> > > deal with Transform strips to get things in order, while "stretch to
> > > fit" is really ugly (imagine, portrait photos, stretched out to be
> > > short and wide).
> > There is a strip option already that prevents this, so you don't need
> > a transform strip here. However, it's not really clear that this is
> > its effect, and it's only a boolean (i.e. not a choice between all the
> > options you might want to have).
> > --
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