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bretwilliams

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Ease in and out

PostSat Sep 12, 2015 4:56 pm

Say I have a title I want to move from left to right. No curve. I want to ease the in and out points. There isn't a graph in the timeline for position. Zoom, rotation, etc. yes but not position. There's no choice but linear. The smooth function in the window only affects positional, not temporal. This is the Resolve 12 actual release, not beta.
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Jack Stall

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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Sep 21, 2015 3:51 am

Same here :-( No graph for position...
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bretwilliams

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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Sep 28, 2015 5:42 am

Was about to post this myself. Total junk for any sort of motion graphics. Looks like they almost completely copied Final Cut 1-10's engine and just put some pretty graphs on it. Ok, it's a little better. With X you can only add easing to things like opacity. Really. Opacity. WTH? Adobe is still the only company that truly has a grasp on key framing in the NLE community.
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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Sep 28, 2015 12:32 pm

Hi.

Just a thought... maybe Fusion is much better suited for motion graphics than a dedicated editor/grading tool.
In Fusion you can easy in and out of just about everything, animate everything and that even in 3D-space.
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Re: Ease in and out

PostFri Oct 02, 2015 12:01 am

Thomas Milde wrote:Hi.

Just a thought... maybe Fusion is much better suited for motion graphics than a dedicated editor/grading tool.
In Fusion you can easy in and out of just about everything, animate everything and that even in 3D-space.


You're suggesting some use and learn a very high learning curve piece of software just to ease in and out a title? Something thats been done in NLE's and DVE's since I started using them in the 90s. Adobe seems to be the only ones knowing how to keyframe these days. Resolve was close.

AND it's actually a feature that existed in Resolve 11. It was called pan and tilt then, but now they call it position.
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Re: Ease in and out

PostFri Oct 02, 2015 1:54 am

bretwilliams wrote:Adobe is still the only company that truly has a grasp on key framing in the NLE community.


obviously you've never used sony vegas :)
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Re: Ease in and out

PostFri Oct 02, 2015 7:36 am

bretwilliams wrote:Say I have a title I want to move from left to right. No curve. I want to ease the in and out points. There isn't a graph in the timeline for position. Zoom, rotation, etc. yes but not position.

As a workaround, you can ease-in and ease-out the dynamic values with the PTZR keyframes on the Color page. But not only Edit page... yet.
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Re: Ease in and out

PostFri Oct 02, 2015 8:20 am

This kind of stuff baffles me and it seems BM do it quite often. Why implement a feature on every type of reposition but one? It's like they've been working on it, working on it, and then when they came to implement it on position the clock suddenly hit 6pm and it was pub quiz time so they all left and forgot about it.
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Re: Ease in and out

PostFri Oct 02, 2015 10:52 am

I was looking for the ease in & out as well.. Unfortunately BM also decided to import one of FCPX most annoying features. Super sluggishness when you want to be able to see your audio waveforms on the timeline.
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Re: Ease in and out

PostFri Jan 29, 2016 4:04 pm

Is there a timeline estimate for the ability to Ease Position attributes?

I am transitioning from Premiere Pro CC to Resolve.
Very impressed so far with only minor glitches.
In-Ability to Ease Position in most frustrating.

Thanks.
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Greg Davis

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Re: Ease in and out

PostTue Sep 26, 2017 5:31 am

Michael Mclaughlin wrote:Is there a timeline estimate for the ability to Ease Position attributes?

I am transitioning from Premiere Pro CC to Resolve.
Very impressed so far with only minor glitches.
In-Ability to Ease Position in most frustrating.

Thanks.

Yikes! This question about Ease Position was posed in Jan 2016, nearly 2 years ago. The control by R clicking the position in the viewer does not work with any finesse or control. When will this be dealt with? I am editing a doc with lots of photos with moves and this is just killing me. Has anyone figured out how to make an ease in/out of position with control?
WHY THE HECK WAS THIS NOT FIXED IN V14????
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Re: Ease in and out

PostTue Sep 26, 2017 5:55 am

Got the same problem here. I"m editing a live performance right now and use the main camera (with higher resolution) to focus on the action by keyframing, like panning in those shots.

Here it get's even worse, since those shots are long and I need to do a lot of keyframing. What makes it useless: even if I cut that clip down to smaller chunks with the razor, the viewer overlay is showing all the keyframes from the whole clip. No chance to select a single one out of that mess!
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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Feb 12, 2018 9:52 am

For real? How is this possible?

What is a work around that doesn't take as long as it would learning another piece of software to do the same thing?
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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Jul 02, 2018 3:06 pm

Frankly it is embarrassing to be in session with a client and have to turn around and say "I can't put an easy ease on position". Then you get the "I thought you knew what you were doing" look back from the client. Not cool. Really hope this will be sorted out in R15

Yeah this function is not real sexy but is a killer (AKA DEAL BREAKER) on Docs with many stills

Please put this on the to do list BMD.
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Marc Salvatore

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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Jul 02, 2018 3:23 pm

Coming from Vegas Edit this missing basic feature was a big surprise. I've had the ability since Vegas 3 and it's now on Vegas 15. Hope Resolve team solves this soon.
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George Deierling

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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Jul 02, 2018 10:16 pm

v15 has XY curves with Bezier handles.
If that is not enough, its quite easy to switch to the Fusion tab and throw in DVE, not much learning curve.
So, yes BM has heard you and its coming..
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Marc Salvatore

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Re: Ease in and out

PostMon Jul 02, 2018 11:21 pm

That is great news...
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Re: Ease in and out

PostSun Sep 16, 2018 4:47 pm

Anyone know if an easy option for this will be coming?

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