Having done this in V8 previously I was always pretty much always be default changing this setting to ptzr to have individual control of keyframing each node. I am just wondering if in V9 this changes in any way and best practices for that setting.
Hi Andrew, i'm sorry, i dont understand your question. Are you referring to the 'All-Color-PTZR' setting that changes which elements of the keyframe timeline are being adjusted., i.e. just the PTZR or just a corrector node? On the BMD panels this is a button push, on the software only version a keyboard shortcut. Could you explain what you are attempting to do?
I think it would good to have some sort of big light system (bigger than that in the marks timeline) to say which mode you are currently in, its not so obvious when not using a davinci panel and can easily cause mistakes
Hi Peter. You say All > Color > PTZR modes are available as a keyboard shortcut, but how can we know that when there is no keyboard shortcut information available anywhere for v9? Is it not high time that this is either folded into the manual or available as a support doc like it was for v8?
So far this is perhaps the single most frustrating part of the V9 release for me. I use the Resolve panels, but I also rely heavily on keyboard mapping, so this is a major headache that could be so easily solved.
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