Poll: Video Editor & Visual Settings

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  • Dear Enscape Community,


    Today's poll is about a better understanding of how you use the video editor together with the visual settings.

    Every participation and feedback is much appreciated and helps us to make the software more user-friendly.


    Estimated time: 5 minutes

    https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/videoEditorAndvisualSettings

  • I think you need to make it a little easier to manipulate the time setting from scene to scene. Also when you want to make different scenes that are not continuous but in the same video line. I think intensity adjustments in movements or changes of direction would help a lot too.

  • Been working with this a for awhile now, and quite frustrated with how it works. At some point when creating a path you either want to add or remove time between keyframes but keep timing the same between other keyframes...this could easily be accomplished with a Ctrl feature. Hold Ctrl while sliding keyframe and that will either push or pull trailing keyframes when moving the current keyframe, keeping their time between frames the same.


    the Initial Timeline has no way of seeing where each keyframe is in the time line (ie its actual timestamp)

    so if a path is 1 min 30 sec. how much time is between keyframe 1 and 2? cant tell unless you click on the keyframe.

    for example if you stop and rotate about the z axis you want to slow this down so you can see things smoothly and not get people sick. but if you already added trailing keyframes this becomes very tedious.


    the whole video editor dialog box should be movable (ie to another screen), streatchable, hideable.


    also would be nice if you could grab the camera and and slide it about with ctrl and alt features that lock axis's. (ie sketchup)


    these are some of my early thoughts, many ideas to improve program.


    i do want to say tho, that Enscape is outstanding, and keep up the great work. Let your Dev team know of the great work they are creating.

    Keep listening to clients and improving it and you will eventually be the Leader in Rendering Software commanding great market share.


    Animation, (cars, people, lights, objects) is a must addition to this program. With timeline improvements this can be accomplished.

    like being able to turn lights on and off during a walk thru... requires much finer control in the time line.