DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correction

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DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correction

PostSun Jul 21, 2019 3:42 am

Pulled a clip into DR Studio latest 16 beta and in the Edit window wanted to adjust the Retime parameters but were not visible. Neither was Lens Correction factor.

I was able to do this in DR Studio 15 no problem. (I have both installed)
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Re: DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correc

PostSun Jul 21, 2019 12:44 pm

Screen captures from 16b6 vs 15
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DR Studio 16b6
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DR Studio 15
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Re: DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correc

PostSun Jul 21, 2019 2:45 pm

Double click on Lens Correction and look
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Re: DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correc

PostSun Jul 21, 2019 2:47 pm

Jean Claude wrote:Double click on Lens Correction and look

That did it. Thanks.
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Re: DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correc

PostMon Jul 22, 2019 12:40 am

It was not intuitively obvious that I should double click on the title to get the list of adjustment parameters. I would like to suggest the the UI should include a symbol like a solid right arrow which would be more intuitive.
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Re: DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correc

PostMon Jul 22, 2019 3:59 am

Michael_Andreas wrote:It was not intuitively obvious that I should double click on the title to get the list of adjustment parameters. I would like to suggest the the UI should include a symbol like a solid right arrow which would be more intuitive.


Resolve versions prior to the R16 beta all had a small triangle symbol for that purpose. It has gone missing in R16.
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Re: DR Studio 16b6; No Adjustments for Retime or Lens Correc

PostMon Jul 22, 2019 11:29 am

Michael_Andreas wrote:It was not intuitively obvious that I should double click on the title to get the list of adjustment parameters. I would like to suggest the the UI should include a symbol like a solid right arrow which would be more intuitive.
Solid right arrow symbol can be ok but I hate why DaVinci doesn't remember the last settings. It is so uncomfortable to open the settings over and over again. :oops:
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