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Old 12 December 2002   #1
Merge/ Timeline Editing

i have two loader nodes.
one is a sequence of 200frames and the other one is of 100frames. now i want to put them together as one clip, similiar like in an editing tool. i guess i need to do a merge-composite. but the problem is, when the first sequence ends at 200frame, the merge-node gets red and it wont continue.

how can i do it?

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also, where is a "skip rendered images" checkbox?

Last edited by xmb : 12 December 2002 at 03:33 AM.
 
Old 12 December 2002   #2
If you aren't planning on doing any kind of transition, just use clip lists.

Otherwise, merge all your footage over a plain background.
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Old 12 December 2002   #3
Hi ..

jay is absolutley right ..

merging the loaders over a plain background has dual advantage ..

firstly it allows to merge clips of diff lengths without worrying
about going red ( pun intended )

secondly it also helps u set the base resolution of the flow .. because fusion supports multiple resolution images within its flow .. the base resolution can unify it all together ..

i hope this small tip helps ..

mike_sul
 
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