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Unfortunately, while the product is pretty cool, it looks like the company’s support services is not going to be nearly-responsive enough and their forum virtually a wasteland this here Avid forum has been invaluable to my development, kudos to the moderators. While this may not be the place to ask, still I was hoping that some people could take a look at the following questions in no particular order.
Thank you kindly, DC. Further, if I switch off the elastic timeline, then the entire background is black. At the moment it seems only to be a manual, fumbling, inaccurate process. Silly question, but does that mean this element? I ask because I keep all work on an external hard drive and would like this new file to be stored there, too with all components, if this is how saving is done.
Maybe create a new folder and sub-folders? Do other items like caches save to a specified drive, and how to ensure the one you choose? And is this the same as cacheing? That seems a basic missing. Opening up TP6, next a particular template was chosen, but now starting to work on it and it appears that the effect is only 3 secs long and cannot be extended. Somehow, I do not believe this, but cannot figure out how to adapt. Thanks for purchasing Titler Pro 6!
Sorry for our delay getting back to your support request. We are typically able to answer requests within 1 business day. But I understand you have been waiting longer than that and I am very sorry for the delay. If you have the Marking Grid enabled, I would recommend disabling it.
The Marking grid has so many snap-points, it can “feel” as though snapping is off. I find that adding Markers to snap to is generally the most effective way to use snapping. That being said, if you choose to save a Titler Pro Project, you can specify the location. I will follow-up with you on that. In Titler Pro 6, you cannot specify the cache file directory.
We do plan to offer user-specified cache directories in future versions. That is another improvement we have in the roadmap. Therefore, you’ll notice most stock designs are seconds, but Elastic Timeline conforms the design to the duration in your MC timeline. You can change the duration of the timeline in Titler Pro by editing the Titler time-field. I hope that helps! Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have some additional questions. Thank you for getting back. I’ve just found a Lyna. I haven’t gone through your lengthy response here focusing on tutorials first , so will come back to you sone with the things you request.
For now, can I ask how best to start an effect in Titler Pro? What I mean is, I’m new and needed a quick solution, so I bought it. I’m looking for the best place from which to start a title: the front-end process being via MC, the back-end process where the file is stored.
Ideally, I want something that if I send an entire project to a 3rd-party editor, including MXF media and Avid Project files, how best, in the same package of essentials, do I best manage TP6 within this workflow then saved in the location of my suitable choosing?
Also, what exactly is cacheing? And how is it different from both rendering and saving? Lots here. Again, thank you for your help on this. A new bie like me needs it. It’s just that I create a space on the timeline of, say, 8 seconds, add TP6 effect, open up your UI, and if its duration is 3secs then do I adjust in the duration field?
If not, then where? And can I direct this to the same external hard drive so as to facilitate easy transferring to a 3rd-party editor? I added a TP6 effect on the timeline, went into it, changed text, positioned it, added colour, even added a video background. So what happens when I close? If it is low res, when booted back up is this returning to hi-res from itself, or it references bigger data elsewhere? How do I do this other than turning this off, then turning back on only at final design off?
In short, where is the “render at final close” button. Where is this render saved, and is it overwritten if I make changes and re-render? If not, then rendering is going to be heavy on storage, with a lot of ultimately surplus-to-requirements files. How to manage this? The Marking Grid is a particular workspace overlay. Currently we don’t accomodate a user-specified location. The files in Documents are the cache files for all the designs in the library.
If you save any custom content to the library, that is also where it will be stored. Therefore any system with TP6 installed will by default have all the fonts, textures, etc for any of our stock designs. Once you’re using your own custom designs, you would want to Save the titles with resources to migrade to another system. At this time, I’m not aware of any updates planned for TP6.
That having been said, if we realease any updates to the TP6 product, you will receive it free of charge.
In this case, how long is the effect on your MC timeline vs. Do you notice the same behavior regardless of the durations? Caching means that Ttitler Pro renders a series of images that MC can reference for playback. It increases playback performance and final render times. There is no “render at final close” option. You would either need to disable caching for all titles, then turn it back on when finished.
Or you can simply leave caching turned off. In that case, the titles will be rendered along with the project. I have not received information yet on where the cache is stored for MC. The cache is overwritten when you make changes to the title. Ok, so I get it that the title duration and the length of the effect on MC’s timeline must be the same, hence now no longer the black ‘drop-out’ issue NOTE: half an hour later and both reading 8 secs but there is the black-out again, this time after c.
But then all good when lengthening the ‘middle’ section. I still don’t quite fully get it? I’m still not with it on the “final render at close” issue, though. Just to clarify: I have ‘render cache at close’ unchecked, but unless I am misinterpreting something when closing the effect nevertheless renders. Now, I do not mind if every time I alter the effect the subsequent rendering overwrites the earlier render being efficient with disk space.
I decided to uncheck ‘render at close’, close down TP6 and re-enter MC. The result was excellent. Now this may instead be an MC question, but thought to ask it here: if I later make changes to the effect in TP6 and re-render in MC, does the re-render overwrite the previous, or do all renders of this one particular effect ‘stockpile’, so to speak, the vast majority ultimately becoming superfluous?
Also, can I have an infinite number of 3D Faces? The Lynda. Also, if I start with a template and make adjustments, when closing the specific TP6 file it saves in such a way as this is readily available the next time I start up again? But let’s say I want the adjustments to form the basis of a new template?
I then ‘Save As’ and in store this file where I choose, and two things will happen in due course. In other words, don’t worry about it and just continue working as per normal? Page 1 of 1 9 items.
Reply Contact. Surely, there will be a few more question. Thank you in advance, DC. Can anyone supply some answers? Thank you. Let me get Caleb to see this For the benefit of the forum, I’ll answer your questions here: i In this example, how long is the Titler Pro effect on your MC timeline? Hi Caleb, Thank you for getting back. Hi Caleb, Ok, with clearer head, now taking a proper look at your response.
Hi Caleb, Ok, so just started messing around, gonna play. Here are some rendering questions: I added a TP6 effect on the timeline, went into it, changed text, positioned it, added colour, even added a video background.
Thank you, DC. Hi DC, I did my best to get back to each of your questions: i I have been having problems uploading screenshots, etc.
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