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is Zameer, again with a new macro
is an easy to use and simple way to do the time ramps for your shots.
you need to do is Open the internet explorer file and type the edge
code details from the cutlist according to numder of cuts in the shot (use the set
button to mention the number of cuts in the begining itself) and click on the
"Get formula" button to get the script. Now copy the script and
paste on the formula tab on the macro in shake and your ramping of the shot is
Output choice : you can switch between your choice of rendering a video
preview or the final render.
Shot Name : your shot name for the video preview.
: the place where you copy the formula from the internet explorer file and
you enjoy using my "RampWiz". Works excellent on nt and
not tried on mac and linux.