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David LawrenceRe: Apple engineers versus an editor's ability to set persistent in to out points in their footage.
by on Apr 28, 2012 at 1:51:19 am

[Jeremy Garchow] "While I see how you can associate favorites with subclips, and when you sort the Event by favorites it gives you some semblance of subclips, they don't have to be."

What do you see as the differences? When would a favorite not be a subclip?

[Jeremy Garchow] "We should also disassociate favorites from keywords. They work very differently. "

Again, I'm curious what the distinction is. Aren't favorites just a special keyword with a special keyboard shortcut? If not, why not?

[Jeremy Garchow] "How do you define persistent? From what I understand of the word, temporary does not fit."

I think of it the same way as the clipboard. It's only persistent until the next action. But it remains if you don't change anything. Maybe persistent isn't quite the right term.

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