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- Default Timecode field
Displays the default start timecode value for new items overwritten or inserted into a timeline sequence. Editable.
- Merge Tracks Mode box
Select how a timeline will be flattened when merging tracks.
|Select: ||To merge tracks by: |
|Simple Track Merge ||Hard committing all soft transitions. Cut points between elements are preserved; clip handles are not. |
|Complex Track Merge ||Hard committing soft transitions but creating separate elements with clip handles for each. |
|Committed Track Merge ||Preserving editable soft transitions and clip handles. |
- Auto Timewarp button
Enable to specify the behaviour of four-point replace and overwrite edits, when they involve a different number of frames between the in and out points on the source and sequence clips.
- Framerate Converter button
Enable to format the source clip to the correct destination framerate by applying a video timewarp to the source clip.
- Snap Includes Marks button
Enable to snap to timeline marks.
- Snap With Positioner button
Enable to snap segments to the positioner.
- Display Phantom Marks button
Enable to turn on phantom marks on the timeline and source clip. Phantom marks indicate the result of a 4-point edit regardless of whether you have marks set.
- Uncontain options box
Select whether new tracks and versions are added or overwritten when a container segment is uncontained.
- Contain Timewarped Edits button
Enable to preserve the edits in a fit-to-fill four-point edit. The incoming clip is contained and a timewarp is applied to the container instead of the clip.
- Handles box
Select an option for displaying heads and tails on segments in the timeline.
- Frame Positioner box
Select whether to snap the timeline positioner frame-to-frame, or on a sub-frame basis (one-tenth of a frame).
- Autoscroll field
Displays the speed at which the timeline scrolls. Editable.
- Scroll During Playback button
Enable to scroll the timeline during playback, keeping the frame positioner visible.
- Scroll Past First Frame button
Enable to allow the positioner to move before frame one.
- Dissolve Duration field
Drag left or right, or enter a value to set the default duration for dissolves.
- Transition Alignment box
Sets the default alignment for dissolves, wipes, axis, and custom transitions.
- Curve Type box
Select Bezier or linear as the default curve type for dissolves.
- Default Wipe button
Opens the file browser, where you select the default wipe type to be used when creating wipe transitions and timeline effects.
- Default Wipe field
Displays a SMPTE wipe number to be used as the default wipe for wipe transitions and timeline effects. Editable.
- Timeline Effects Render Mode box
Select the render mode when a Timeline FX is added to a clip.
- Timewarp Render Mode box
Select the default rendering mode for timewarps created in the timeline.
- Transitions Render Mode box
Select a default rendering mode for transitions created in the timeline.
- Cache Preview Effects button
Enable to cache frames rendered in the timeline.
- Auto Rendering button
Enable to background render automatically when you enter the Axis, Wipe, Colour Corrector, or Sparks Editor.
- Timeline Effects Rendering box
Select whether to render an entire track first, then the next track (Track Based Render), or to render all tracks frame-by-frame (Frame Based Render).
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