[Tig] Baselight: scene dissolve q

Craig Leffel craig at optimus.com
Sat Feb 12 15:15:08 GMT 2011


Red mark IN, Red mark OUT
Position cursor in-between marks 
And hit Ctrl + D creates a smart dissolve with adjustable stacks...

Good luck,

CL


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On Feb 12, 2011, at 12:10 AM, Rob Lingelbach <rling at dolby.com> wrote:

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> In Baselight, stereo configuration, I have a situation where I need to take one clip (normally called a scene, but Baselight has redefined that term to apply to an entire project), and delete a certain element in the middle of it (duration of clip: long) to 'jump dissolve' from point A to point B within that clip.   In fact the camera moves between A and B to the extent that it doesn't present as a discontinuity (pan right to left; I need to delete a column that appears in the middle of the shot, by means of this dissolve.
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> Stack management: I can and have succeeded in doing this as a cut.  What is the generally accepted procedure for doing this as a dissolve, keeping in mind that I will 1) adjust the ins and outs; and 2) need to apply the exact same parameters to the other eye (remember it's stereo)?
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> many thanks in advance.
> Hardware is baselight One,  for the moment.
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> Rob
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