Technique Print Samples - page 87

Restricting the Edit Mix List to a Timecode Segment
1. The
Range From
and
Range To
boxes define the start and end timecode values
between which the
Edit Mix List
displays
Mix
events.
2. You can edit these timecode values directly by clicking into the hours, minutes,
seconds or frames fields, typing a new value and pressing enter. Alternatively, the
Edit Mix
screen provides five buttons for automatically defining the
Ranges
.
3. Clicking
Start
and
End
sets the
Range From
and
Range To
boxes to the
Title
Start
and
Title End
timecode values defined on the
Title Info
page.
4. Clicking
Get Loc
opens a list of currently defined
Locate Points
. From this list you
can select a timecode value that corresponds to a
Locate Point
. The value will be
entered in the
Range
box you last clicked into.
5. Clicking
Get Cue
opens a list of currently defined
Cues
. From this list you can
select a timecode value that corresponds to one of the currently defined
Cues
. The
value will be entered in the
Range
box you last clicked into.
6. Click into a field in either the
Range From
or
Range To
boxes. When you click
Capture
, the timecode value currently displayed in the timecode window will be
entered into the selected
Range
box.
Restricting the Channels Included in the Edit Mix List
1. To the right of the
Edit Mix List
is the
Channel View
filter. This allows you to
narrow the number of channels included in the
Edit Mix
list.
2. Channels to be included in the list are highlighted. To highlight a channel click it’s
name in the
Channel View
filter. To exclude a channel from the
Edit Mix List
click
it’s name again.
3. The
All
and
None
buttons next to the
Channel View
filter will select all or none of
the channels respectively.
Restricting Mix Events Included in the Edit Mix List
1. Above the
Channel View
filter is the
Mix Event
filter that performs a very similar
task.
2.
Mix
events to be included in the
Edit Mix List
are highlighted. To include a type of
event in the list, click it’s name. Similarly, to exclude an event type, click it’s name
again.
3. The
All
and
None
buttons next to the
Mix Event View
filter will select all or none
of the event types respectively.
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