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    Reverse Effect

    I just happened to stumble across this very simple, effective and easy to apply effect to reverse a clip.
    The question is - can you find a use for it?
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  • Fri, Jan 30 2009 2:02 AM In reply to

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    Re: Reverse Effect

    Hi Douglas - I'm building a tut at the moment and I was just wondering how you managed to capture the full motion video from the composer window. When I try this with Camtasia recording the hardware overlay does not work and the screen will not update while playing. Do you use a different program or do you video it with a camera?

    thanks

     

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    John

    Can we go back to the way audio nodes used to be selected? Please? ie if you have audio nodes at the same time on selected tracks; then selecting 1 audio node selects them all at that time. Having to shift select nodes or add an in and out is time consuming and counter productive. At least make it an option.

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    Re: Reverse Effect

    Hello John,

    I will get back to you soon about this.
    I am in the middle of finishing a new tutorial.
    After that I'll try to find the instructions on how to do what you want.

    It has to do with a Windows setting.......
    Can't remember it at the moment..... but within the next hour I should be back.

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  • Fri, Jan 30 2009 3:20 AM In reply to

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    Re: Reverse Effect

    Douglas - you're a champion mate. I think it's something to do with hardware acceleration on the NVidia cards - but turning it off completely disables any playback in Avid..

    many thanks

     

    John Post

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    John

    Can we go back to the way audio nodes used to be selected? Please? ie if you have audio nodes at the same time on selected tracks; then selecting 1 audio node selects them all at that time. Having to shift select nodes or add an in and out is time consuming and counter productive. At least make it an option.

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