Here are a few REDCINE tips and tricks that you may or may not know about. :) As I work with different people who have been using REDCINE, these shortcuts are things that people seem consistently surprised about.
1) LIBRARY - with a huge Library, hold down Spacebar+Click/Drag to pan across the timeline.
2) LIBRARY - lower right hand corner - Proxy info: Timecode. Shows the SourceTC of the current frame when dragging through the thumbnail.
3) LIBRARY - thumbnail details. There are 3 places to click on the thumbnail - top, middle, and bottom. Click+drag on the top and it scrubs through the clip. Click on the middle and it allows you to move/copy the clip. Click on bottom and it pulls up shot info.
4) Player - Shift+Home. Toggles between fullscreen playback and playback w/GUI
5) Top toolbar - Color Picker. Swipe up. Click on the Grey patch in the middle of the top toolbar. That exposes the color picker. Now click on Numeric on the right side of the color picker. Now click on the "0.0 - 1.0" option, which will allow you to select different numerical scales for showing color depending on how you "think" about color. When these settings are set, that is also the setting that the "RGB" button follows.
6) Setting up an entire timeline for different resolution output. For instance, for scaling an entire Library to HD from 4K...
1) Set Project Format to "HD 1080"
2) In Shot - turn "All" toggle on.
3) Click "No Scaling" and select "Fit Width."
What these steps do is to establish an HD timeline, then scale "All" clips to "Fit Width" to 1080.
7) Color - to quickly reset any parameter, click on that parameter's numerical value and hit "R" for Reset.
8) Color - for fine adjustment, hold down "Shift" while dragging parameters
9) Image Formats - in the Settings directory for REDCINE (on XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\REDCINE\Settings) there is a file called ImageFormats.cfg. Open it in a text editor. That is the source for all the formats in the Project Format dropdown menu. If you are outputting to a non-standard resolution consistently, this is where you can add or subtract formats from the preset dropdown.
That's it for now! Some of you may already know all these, but a lot of them seem to surprise people when I show them. : )
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