View Revisions: Issue #1279

Summary 0001279: Make Timeline View scrollable to accomodate more audio channels + subtitles, and add more labels
Revision 2018-04-20 12:36 by Carsten
Description

With many audio files in the content list, they are not all displayed in timeline view for rearrangement, so a vertical scrolling would be handy. Once CCAPs will be added, and with multile audio files, we will need more screen estate there anyway, so, zoom or scroll become a necessity. I would be perfectly ok with automatic scaling, as there is no need for too detailed information, it is simply a graphical overview. So, if tracks become leaner with more tracks, no problem (I think)...
Worst case the way it is now is if someone adds all audio files for a reel'd feature, each with individual mono tracks (which is not hypothetical, although I exxagerate a bit in the attached screenshot).

Also, maybe it would be possible to arrange audio files so that they follow their audio track arrangement in the audio matrix, e.g. DCP channel 1 always on top, followed by DCP channel one. Or, add a small channel label to each file.

Maybe give gain indications, or color any settings changes (like non zero gain, delay, etc.). So you get a nice overview about possible issues, inadvertent changes, etc.

  • Carsten
Revision 2018-04-20 12:33 by Carsten
Description

With many audio files in the content list, they are not all displayed in timeline view for rearrangement, so a vertical scrolling would be handy. Once CCAPs will be added, and with multile audio files, we will need more screen estate there anyway, so, zoom or scroll become a necessity. I would be perfectly ok with automatic scaling, as there is no need for too detailed information, it is simply a graphical overview. So, if tracks become leaner with more tracks, no problem (I think)...

Also, maybe it would be possible to arrange audio files so that they follow their audio track arrangement in the audio matrix, e.g. DCP channel 1 always on top, followed by DCP channel one. Or, add a small channel label to each file.

Maybe give gain indications, or color any settings changes (like non zero gain, delay, etc.). So you get a nice overview about possible issues, inadvertent changes, etc.

  • Carsten
Revision 2018-04-20 12:09 by Carsten
Description

With many audio files in the content list, they are not all displayed in timeline view for rearrangement, so a vertical scrolling would be handy.

Also, maybe it would be possible to arrange audio files so that they follow their audio track arrangement in the audio matrix, e.g. DCP channel 1 always on top, followed by DCP channel one. Or, add a small channel label to each file.

Maybe give gain indications, or color any settings changes (like non zero gain, delay, etc.). So you get a nice overview about possible issues, inadvertent changes, etc.

  • Carsten