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This is a known issue - place an opacity keyframe on the still - no adjustment to the value is needed.
Does that fix only apply to dissolves between stills on two tracks, or is it also required for, say, 30-40 stills on the same track for example?
I'm testing CS4 trial, and the thought of having to set a null opacity key on each and every successive dissolved still would drive me up the wall. I have a couple of clients who require long still sequences in between video clips. Is this part of the 'stills problem' I keep hearing references to.
Only one of the stills in each pair needs the null keyframe. Once you put it on one still, copy the keyframe. Then you can select all (or half) of the others and fix 'em right up with a quick Paste operation.
That's a reasonable workaround.
Thanks for the tip Jeff! :)
You're welcome. :)
Thanks for the tip Jeff. Wish I'd seen it before I put keys on 72 stills... :(
>Wish I'd seen it before I put keys on 72 stills..
Actually it was closer to 200 stills... :(
I feel your pain. I have to re-Keyframe 1400+ stills, as the original editor did not fully understand what was required. Oh well, it all pays the same...
"Oh well, it all pays the same..."
Yeah, nothing. This is a hobby for me...:)