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Pertti Jaasaari

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  1. Yes, this would be awesome! I'm doing most of my content in realtime these days and not rendering huge videos at all. Notch has totally revolutionized my production pipeline by setting me free from having to render looping videos and trying to find ways to transition fluidly from one scene to another. Realtime content production is a big game changer in our industry.
  2. I'm also running production software on Windows 10 and the only problem for me has been media drag&drop that stopped working in Wo 5.5.2. Wo 6.0.2 is running smoothly.
  3. Hi, Indeed, the problem was decoding the video. Hap v8 worked like expected. Videos encoded with HapQ v9 produced either blue (Mac) or black (Win) video of same file size, length and frame size as with HapQ v8. Re-installing v8 on top of v9 solved the problem. Unfortunately I did not have time to test if the problem was just with HapQ or did it affect Hap and HapA as well. Pertti Jääsaari Bright Finland
  4. Hi, We just noticed that the latest release of Hap codec (v9) seems not to work with Watchout. Videos encoded with v9 produce either black or blue frame. Videos encoded with version 8 work just like expected. Encoding was done in Adobe Media Encoder CC2015 ( on Mac and PC. Can anyone else confirm this? Pertti Jääsaari Bright Finland
  5. And again one more as these things pop into my mind while programming a show :-D Ability to play back the timelines backwards would be a killer feature. In this case video cues should still play forward (or optionally be ingnored) but all tweens and such should play backwards. On gigs where the presenter is controlling the show with a remote, need for this comes up almost every time.
  6. One more thing: Better task list utility for tasks would make running the aux timelines easier as most of show programming is becoming divided into lots of aux timelines instead of one massive main timeline. I would like to sort my aux timelines top down in playing order and manage their z-order separately. Perhaps a new "Aux timelines" -window should do the creation and z-organizing part, and Tasks window should be the place to set the play order and triggering. A couple of features on the task list could come handy: - adjustable fade in and out times, like in stand-by mode, for eac
  7. Many of these have been already covered, but here's my list of most urgent needs: 1. Ability to change the in-point value by dragging the front of the cue. Perhaps dragging from the top left corner? 2. The countdown cue. (#1 would give us a quite fast and convenient way to accomplish this...) EDIT: Perhaps the new text-cue with a little bit of code doing the math and displaying the result could be possible? 3. Live editable bezier masks on output. Or even sharp cornered to begin with... 4. Ability to change color of cues on timeline and possibly different default colors for di
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