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Last post 12-05-2020, 15:27 by kiteflyer. 2 replies.
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  •  12-04-2020, 21:29 808704

    time remapping

    I have video shot in 1998 with HIres camera.  It has been digitized to MP4V, Br 30416, 16 bit color, aspect 16:9, 720 x 480 px and 29.97fps.  I want to speed through some scenes so I have tried the time remapping function and found it very reliable.  I took about 30 seconds of video and cut sliced it at 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 seconds then compressed the 5-10 second by 2x, the 15- 20 sec by 2x and deleted the pink part of each compressed segment.  About half the time P23U hands up at the last frame of the compressed sections.  I can repeat the process and it might make it through the first and fail on the second.   Doing it again, it might fail on the first and never get to the second.  Has anyone experienced this before and can you propose a fix?:

     

    Jim 

  •  12-04-2020, 21:41 808705 in reply to 808704

    Re: time remapping

    I've had similar issues with more than one time remapped clip in a project.  I find it best to time remap each clip in a separate project,, export each.. then use the time remapped exported clips in your main project.  That's how i make it work.
  •  12-05-2020, 15:27 808750 in reply to 808704

    Re: time remapping

    JADII:

    I have video shot in 1998 with HIres camera.  It has been digitized to MP4V, Br 30416, 16 bit color, aspect 16:9, 720 x 480 px and 29.97fps.  I want to speed through some scenes so I have tried the time remapping function and found it very reliable.  I took about 30 seconds of video and cut sliced it at 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 seconds then compressed the 5-10 second by 2x, the 15- 20 sec by 2x and deleted the pink part of each compressed segment.  About half the time P23U hands up at the last frame of the compressed sections.  I can repeat the process and it might make it through the first and fail on the second.   Doing it again, it might fail on the first and never get to the second.  Has anyone experienced this before and can you propose a fix?:

     

    Jim 

    You may have ended up with a small gap between the sections & when you go to render it studio sees that as the end of the file, so zoom your timeline out and check for gaps at the end of those clips, if you see one, then right click in it and click on close all gaps
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