Also finding some weirdness with the hot keys to enlarge or reduce the waveforms in the timeline. Seems that even if you have selected Waveforms Only as the view enlarging the waveforms will add back in the clip frames.
So instead of actually increasing the waveform size what it's really doing is just toggling through the different timeline views themselves.
Would be nice if there was a clip size hotkey for the timeline.
Still I'm so happy this is here now. I've been wanting this for a very long time.
Sean Lander - Editing since 1982 - AVID 1991 - FCP 1999 - FCPX 2011
sconnor99 wrote: It works very well with 4K XAVC material on our 2008 8 Core MacPro. It's slightly surreal editing 4K like it's just 1080! I get realtime, even with CC and 300% zoom.
I have the the same MacPro, with the Radeon 5870 GPU, and native 4K REDCODE RAW had been editing pretty flawlessly since 10.0.6. So yeah, just what I expected from XAVC. Great to hear real world feedback. What GPU are you running?
Just about to start using it on the current project - version 3 announced as per Cseeman's reply above. Demo worked as advertised, so pushed button and purchased (after checking site every 30 minutes last night and this morning).
Have been waiting to use this plug-in for a long time!
Clip Appearance: Large Filmstrips Option-Control-4
Clip Appearance: Large Waveforms Option-Control-2
Clip Appearance: Waveforms and Filmstrips Option-Control-3
Clip Appearance: Waveforms Only Option-Control-1
Does anyone happen to know if you can now create a keyboard shortcut for "Paste and Match Style"?
I do a ton of lower 3rd annotations and I'm constantly copying and pasting in new comments and quotes and web links. Typically, I option-drag a similar lower 3rd over to the new spot, double-click the text to select it, and then right-click and choose "Paste and Match Style". This works fine, but up to this point, there hasn't been available to add a short cut to (nor is it in the Edit Menu).
I may have over explained it, but for those of you that don't do a lot of copying and pasting into text areas, you may not have known it's there. At least up to this point, Apple has done a good job of hiding it.