[Source]

Set operations when capturing sources.

[Duration]

Set the duration when still image clips or title clips, for example, are placed.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [User Settings].

2) Click the [Source] tree, and click [Duration].

3) Set each item.

[Still Image]

Set the default duration when placing still image clips.

[Add between In/Out]

Check this item to place color bars, color mattes and title clips for focus tracks (other than title tracks) between In and Out points on the timeline. Note, however, that this setting is not applied when those are placed by dragging and dropping.

[Title]

Set the default duration when placing title clips.

[Automatically Add Title Mixer]

Check this item to add the default title mixer automatically when the title is inserted into the track.

[Add between In/Out]

Check this item to place color bars, color mattes and title clips for focus tracks (title tracks only) between In and Out points on the timeline. Note, however, that this setting is not applied when those are placed by dragging and dropping.

[V-mute]

Set the default duration for V-mute. The V-mute function eliminates audio in individual frame units, and is ideal for deleting small audio noise.

[Rubber Band Point]

Set how many frames inside the original two rubber band points the additional rubber band points will be added when the mouse is dragged between two rubber band points with [Alt] on the keyboard held down.

4) Click [OK].

[Automatic Correction]

Set whether to adjust the frame rate when importing sources.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [User Settings].

2) Click the [Source] tree, and click [Automatic Correction].

3) Set each item.

[Adjust Frame Rate when Loading Clip]

Automatically adjust the frame rate of clips when importing the clips to bin (or timeline). Playback no longer requires frame rate conversion, reducing the load on playback operation. The frame rate is adjusted only when the project settings and the clip have the following pairing:

  • 29.97 : 30.00

  • 59.94 : 60.00

  • 23.976 : 24.00

[Color Range for RGB Clip]/[Color Range for YCbCr Clip]

Select which kind of color expression range is assumed for RGB color space sources and YCbCr color space sources.

When [Super White] is selected, RGB values (16, 16, 16) and RGB values (235, 235, 235) are handled as sources corresponding to 0 IRE black and 100 IRE white, respectively. When [White] is selected, RGB values (0, 0, 0) and RGB values (255, 255, 255) are handled as sources corresponding to 0 IRE black and 100 IRE white, respectively.

[Normalize]

Set the sampling time used for calculating normalized values.

[Subclip]

Set the margins to add when creating subclips.

4) Click [OK].

[Restore Offline Clip]

Set restoration of offline clips.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [User Settings].

2) Click the [Source] tree, and click [Restore Offline Clip].

3) Set each item.

[Margin when restoring from batch capture]

When capturing only necessary areas (parts used in the timeline), set the margin to use for optimization (combining of capture areas). When multiple offline clips are placed in closer position than the docking margin time, they are combined into 1 clip (i.e optimized).

[Restore Default]

Set the default displayed restoration method for [Restoration Method] in the [Restore and Transfer Clips] dialog box when opening project files and importing EDL.

[Can be Transferred :]

Select from [Transfer All], [Transfer Only Used Area], or [Do nothing].

[No file information :]

Select from [Capture all], [Capture only areas used in timeline], or [Do nothing].

[Can be Captured]

Select from [Capture all], [Capture only areas used in timeline], or [Do nothing].

Restoring Offline Clips

4) Click [OK].

[Partial Transfer]

Set partial transfer.

Automatic Partial Transfer at Addition to the Timeline/Registration to the Bin

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