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George Roberson
How to render a subtitle sequence on timeline
on Jul 28, 2014 at 4:41:36 am

I finally get the subtitle on the timeline (I did change the speed since I wrote my title based on .mov file which ends up longer than FCP file - don't know why), but it won't let me render it. At first it started rendering, saying it is going to take a couple of hours, then the pop up window disappears, with file unrendered. When I try to render again, it just flashes.

Thanks so much for your input.
George


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Nick Meyers
Re: How to render a subtitle sequence on timeline
on Jul 28, 2014 at 7:03:02 am

you are probably running low on RAM,
try to render the subs in smaller sections.


nick


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Andreas Kiel
Re: How to render a subtitle sequence on timeline
on Jul 31, 2014 at 8:05:42 am

George,

Download my TitleExchange package.
It includes an app called gRender (free).
Export your subtitle only timeline as XML.
Then import into gRender. The app will create a new XML, an EDL and some more files.
Open the newly created XML in FCP and render out the sequence as image sequence (with alpha). It's a fast action.
Open the EDL in FCP and reconnect the images.

Though it sounds complicated – it's not.
The rendered subtitles require way less memory compared to the "generator version".

- Andreas

Spherico
http://www.spherico.com/filmtools

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