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John Mendelsohn
Importing into Motion...and rendering therein
on Aug 18, 2014 at 3:46:01 am

Is there a way, when importing multiple JPEGs or PNGs, to avoid each of them going into a separate group?

Also, why, when I've adjusted the In and Out bars on the Timeeline, does the program render even the stuff I wish to exclude? How to get it to render only between In and Out, please?

Thanks very much in advance.


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Simon Ubsdell
Re: Importing into Motion...and rendering therein
on Aug 18, 2014 at 12:49:27 pm

[John Mendelsohn] "Is there a way, when importing multiple JPEGs or PNGs, to avoid each of them going into a separate group?

Shift select them in the Finder or File Browser and drag them into a group - rather than hitting the Import button.

Also, why, when I've adjusted the In and Out bars on the Timeeline, does the program render even the stuff I wish to exclude? How to get it to render only between In and Out, please?"

If you have a play range created (Alt/Cmd+I to set the inpoint, Alt/Cmd+O to set the outpoint), the Export movie dialogue will allow you to choose Use Play Range for the export duration. If you don't have a play range set, this option will be greyed out.



Simon Ubsdell
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John Mendelsohn
Re: Importing into Motion...and rendering therein
on Aug 18, 2014 at 4:46:34 pm

Thanks, Simon.


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