Blank (blacl) spaces in rendered project

Post » Thu Jan 29, 2015 8:03 am

I've just completed a lengthy project and was annoyed to find that there were two black gaps (of less than a second) in the film where I had failed to join the events on each side together. Is there an easy way of identifying these before starting to render?

It is hard to see these In an hour long project with several hundred events unless you scrub along a much enlarged Timeline or play the project through from the Timeline itself before rendering. Both solutions are time expensive. I have tried the Audit Assistant FasstApp from Vasst but this identifies overlaps (i.e. dissolves) as well and places a Marker against each item --- given that I use dissolves extensively (running in length from 5 or 6 frames to, on occasion, in excess of two seconds) the Timeline becomes littered with a huge number of Markers .and still does not distinguish between the two. It would be nice to select all events and be able to apply a sort of Post Edit Ripple to them but this does not see, to be an option. Any ideas/solutions will be welcome.

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Izzy Coleman
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Post » Thu Jan 29, 2015 7:08 am

Vegasaur has a build in Auditor that will check your whole project for any problems including unwanted gaps, miss aligned events and many more issues.
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