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Simon UbsdellRe: Apple engineers versus an editor's ability to set persistent in to out points in their footage.
by on Apr 29, 2012 at 3:48:38 pm

[Aindreas Gallagher] "see? didn't that sound convincing?"

Always 100% convincing to my ears ;-)

I should also have added to my previous post something that someone else brought up and is quite a big thing for me and that's that I am always using Ins (and sometimes Outs) as temporary markers both in the Browser and the Timeline.

The non-persistence of Ins and Outs in the Timeline is perhaps a bigger issue altogether than the fact that they won't stick in the Browser. In fact, it's a massively annoying issue in the Tinmeline - and no amount of "favoriting" is going to sort that out.

Again, blame the iMovie architecture. That's really what's at the root of this and so many other issues.

Simon Ubsdell
http://www.tokyo-uk.com


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