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Thread: Export features

  1. #1
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    Dec 2007

    Export features

    I think there is some space left for improving the export function of the event list ;-)

    -> Export Event List itself
    It would be nice if as well the event lists would be exported to .txt or .csv files. Maybe with the name of the tab as file name.
    This lists could contain as well some additional information for each clip, like the real time when it was recorded.

    -> comment inside video file names
    It would be nice if the file names of the video clips would have as well added the comment (if any). Maybe optional to set when exporting.

    -> Export all cameras
    It would be nice for exporting to have the possibility to choose between "Export selected cameras" (predefined) and "Export all cameras" in order to save the work to clone all clips in case all camera views are wanted

    -> Export of audio optional
    It would be nice for exporting to have a checkbox for "Export audio files additionally". Because normally I never need them and delete them everytime.

  2. #2
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    Feb 2010

    Export Tab File Names

    We use the clips from 3Play as Melt packages for our home hockey and basketball games.

    We use the clips for archival purposes, as well as for creating post-game highlights packages in Final Cut.

    It would be very helpful if the filename for the clips would be:

    Having the timecode first would help with sorting the files by time/date, instead of by SessionName. Adding the comment filed (to the file name, or to a metadata field) would assist with archival tags.

  3. #3
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    Apr 2011
    Peoria IL

    Need Comments

    it would be very handy to have the comments exported and since the audio is imbedded with the video it would be nice not to have the additional audio files they are a waste of time and space. And a file type other than mp2 would be great because they do not work well with FCP so we have to convert them in a third party program. We could have better system performance/integration and better quality it you went to H.264 quicktime.


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