Deliver: add ‘%DeliverIn’ and ‘%DeliverOut’ to name

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Trevor Asquerthian

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Deliver: add ‘%DeliverIn’ and ‘%DeliverOut’ to name

PostSun Sep 20, 2020 3:07 am

Be useful to not have to manually type in (eg 10121022-10132312) to timeline name
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Deliver: add ‘%DeliverIn’ and ‘%DeliverOut’ to name

PostSun Sep 20, 2020 4:23 am

You can use the “Start TC” & “End TC” variables for this.

Unfortunately, these variables dont let you control the delimiters between the numbers, though. But it’s better than nothing.

I posted a feature request for adding more granular timecode options in variables here. Feel free to follow up on that thread if you’d like to see this option as well:

viewtopic.php?f=33&t=100324
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Re: Deliver: add ‘%DeliverIn’ and ‘%DeliverOut’ to name

PostSun Sep 20, 2020 7:55 am

Mel Matsuoka wrote:You can use the “Start TC” & “End TC” variables for this.


I thought I tried those and they weren’t the timeline in & outs - will look again though, thanks
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Re: Deliver: add ‘%DeliverIn’ and ‘%DeliverOut’ to name

PostSun Sep 20, 2020 10:14 am

Trevor Asquerthian wrote:
Mel Matsuoka wrote:You can use the “Start TC” & “End TC” variables for this.


I thought I tried those and they weren’t the timeline in & outs - will look again though, thanks



OK %Start and %End refer to source timecode (and clip start and end, rather than the portion in the export for topmost track at the Deliver In point.
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Re: Deliver: add ‘%DeliverIn’ and ‘%DeliverOut’ to name

PostMon Sep 21, 2020 12:42 am

Trevor Asquerthian wrote:
Trevor Asquerthian wrote:
Mel Matsuoka wrote:You can use the “Start TC” & “End TC” variables for this.


I thought I tried those and they weren’t the timeline in & outs - will look again though, thanks



OK %Start and %End refer to source timecode (and clip start and end, rather than the portion in the export for topmost track at the Deliver In point.


Ah I see, I misunderstood your request. I wouldn't use this nearly as much as clip-source timecode, but I can see timeline timecode being useful for many scenarios as well.

I'll add my +1 to this.
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