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Olivier Prudhomme
add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 18, 2014 at 1:06:41 am

I have a little confusion between the terms add edit and match frame edit.
Are they 2 types of edit?

What I thought is that Remove Match Frame edit would remove an edit done in a clip where we didn't perform any trim...

Thx in advance


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Ricky Barrow
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 18, 2014 at 12:06:35 pm

Add edit adds an edit on any track whether filler or media.

Match frame matches the exact frame of media from a sequence (record monitor) at the current position of the blue line and loads that frame with in point to the source monitor --- if multiple media exists at that point then it will be dependent upon what track is selected.

Remove match frame removes any/all match frame edits between in/out markers on the tracks selected. It must be a true match frame with no adjustments on either side of the edit video or audio, meaning the " = " sign must be white and not red.

Ricky


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Olivier Prudhomme
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 18, 2014 at 3:39:19 pm

Thx Ricky for the reply.

So the term match frame edit doesn't exist in fact?
But instead it is remove match frame edit, correct?

For some reasons all my match frame edit points are red and not white. And I am 100% sure either side was modified...


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Ricky Barrow
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 18, 2014 at 3:51:35 pm

"Match Frame Edit" is an actual edit that is an edit in video or audio track that is seamless, meaning no changes have been made to the media on either side of the edit. "Match Frame Edits" can be added or removed using the tools. They both exist. You cannot remove a "Match Frame Edit" using "Remove Match Frame" that is not a "true" match frame - it is not a "True" match frame edit if any changes have been made to the media on either side of the "added edit" even if the changes are not noticeable and appear seamless by eye or ear.

"Match Frame" (not edit) is what I described earlier.

Ricky


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Olivier Prudhomme
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 18, 2014 at 6:38:21 pm

great, i'll try this out

thx again!


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Glenn Sakatch
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 19, 2014 at 2:10:57 pm

if it helps, think of add edit as a razor blade tool.

Glenn


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Job ter Burg
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 20, 2014 at 11:43:39 am

If your Matchframe Edits are red, this indicates that one or both sides of the clip have an effect applied. This could be a source-based color correction (Symphony only) or a motion adapter, FrameFlex, or any other effect type. These will not be removed using Remove MatchFrame Edits.


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grinner hester
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 20, 2014 at 2:38:43 am

adding an edit is just cutting the clip.match framing is matching it to the source.



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Job ter Burg
Re: add edit vs match frame edit - Remove match frame edit
on Dec 24, 2014 at 4:47:56 pm

But adding an AddEdit does create a MatchFrame Edit.


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