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Nat Jencks
importing a still frame but using for duration of more than 1 frame.
on Jan 5, 2014 at 9:27:38 pm

Is there a way to do this? Title card that should last 4 second, and which I have a single frame for?

Nice that v10 lets me cut stills into the timeline, but I need to set their duration as more than 1 frame. Possible?

Thanks
-Nat


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Clark Bierbaum
Re: importing a still frame but using for duration of more than 1 frame.
on Jan 5, 2014 at 10:21:36 pm

I've done cmd c cmd v in past versions, not great but better than nothing!

Clark Bierbaum
Color Grading / Post Consultant
GarnetColor.com
Charlotte, NC


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Eric Rosen
Re: importing a still frame but using for duration of more than 1 frame.
on Jan 5, 2014 at 10:36:33 pm

Think you can you can drag out the length you need on the edit page.

Eric Rosen
http://www.colormatters.tv
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Nat Jencks
Re: importing a still frame but using for duration of more than 1 frame.
on Jan 6, 2014 at 12:27:27 am

Wow. I was not expecting that simple of a solution. Thanks a lot!
best-
-Nat


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Nick Anderson
Re: importing a still frame but using for duration of more than 1 frame.
on Jan 6, 2014 at 5:02:52 pm

Haven't upgrade to v10 yet. But I've done this all the time in v9.
Set speed to 0%, then drag to whatever length you want.


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Michael Cinquin
Re: importing a still frame but using for duration of more than 1 frame.
on Jan 9, 2014 at 12:27:39 am

a solution : script it. In the terminal (OS X) : type this

x= [then drag the still image from the Finder, then Press return,
after that you can copy/paste the rest]

dir=`dirname "$x"`; filename=$(basename "$x") ; extension="${filename##*.}"
y=1000 ; while [[ "$y" -lt "2000" ]]; do
ln "$x" "$dir/$y.$extension" ; let y+=1
done

and you should have in a matter of seconds a loop of 1000 images that don't use more space on the disk than the original image (did not test the script but should work, I use these sort of scripts all the time).

Michael Cinquin

Charbon Studio, film finishing and DCP mastering
Post-production tools


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