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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000161||Cinelerra-GG||[All Projects] Bug||public||2019-03-10 22:31||2019-03-13 16:07|
|Platform||i7-3770k, 32GB(ram), GTX-750Ti||OS||Linux Mint Mate||OS Version||18.3|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000161: The "z" key does not work in multi-camera editing|
|Description||The "z" button does not work when editing the multi-camera tracks extracted from the mixers.|
The undo menu works.
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After having written the previous comments.
I went back to work on my editing (I hadn't closed it). I replaced one more segment of the mixers by another and corrected the resulting desynchronization of the sound and plugins.
I then noticed that the "z" and "l" keys had started working again...
This problem is playing with my nerves...
|It was on the edge of the end of the time line|
Well, the problem with the "z" and "l" buttons that stop working after a certain time of use... has returned....
I don't know what caused this loss, but I noticed it after several undoes mainly by the "z" button, when I replaced selected segments of the timeline with double-clicks on the mixers and then corrected the overruns of the sound tracks or the failure to follow the plugins, by ripple or roll.
|No problem. Very interested in mixer/multi-camera usage so will keep testing here anyway so we can improve it.|
As the "l" key.... The "z" button seems to work now....
I don't know why either. I don't know if it was my system that had a problem or if it was the latest version that fixed the situation. However, the problem with the "z" key also lasted for a long time.
Sorry about these false alarms.