#5 playback of multiple sequences, playlists

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nobody
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2017-01-21
2008-04-28
Anonymous
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it would be cool to have the option to load multiple sequences into a timeline to view them in succession

maybe a playlist format could be devised?

edl support would be even better

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  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    just saw the support for ifl files, that is probably already a good starting point for an external application (in case multiple sequence support is not on the list of planned features)

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    just saw the support for ifl files, that is probably already a good starting point for an external application (in case multiple sequence support is not on the list of planned features)

     
  • darbyjohnston

    darbyjohnston - 2008-05-01

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    Hi,

    I've wanted to add a timeline widget for some time now, but I'm not sure yet what it should look like. I'm torn between trying to keep it very simple, or making it something more like a NLE. EDL support would be cool, but I thought that was a fairly complicated format?

    Thanks, Darby

     
  • Fredrik Brännbacka

    The simple timeline would something like RVs. Just some markers on the timeline where the cuts are.
    Abbility to cache just a clip or the whole timeline. The same with caching. Cache just the current clip or the whole timeline. DJV starts to feel really solid and i use everyday.

     
  • Fredrik Brännbacka

    And the complex timeline something like framecycler.

     
  • Christopher Janney

    btw, for anyone, like myself, wondering how to feed djv a playlist, IFL file is the way to go. My pipeline script creates an IFL, which is a list of image files, one file per line:

    example:

    ; this is a comment, note the semi-colon
    awesomeRender.0001.exr
    awesomeRender.0002.exr
    awesomeRender.0003.exr

    ...etc...

    Thank you Darby for a wonderful, opensource image viewer.

     
  • Toke Jepsen

    Toke Jepsen - 2017-01-21

    Using .ifl files works great!

    Would be good if movies were supported in the .ifl list of files to play.

     
  • Toke Jepsen

    Toke Jepsen - 2017-01-21

    Using .ifl files works great!

    Would be good if movies were supported in the .ifl list of files to play.

     

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