Suggestions

Wed Apr 03, 2019 5:49 am

- Scene working area where all modules are put should be bigger than screen and preferably draggable with pressed left mouse button. Leaving just the title of module visible is ok, but it's not enough.
- Given the audio, It's hard to conclude just by listening where are exact cue points in time that are important for changing scenes, for example. One waveform window with ability to mark and move cue points with a precision of 0.01 sec would be good. More, cue points could automatically become Global variables too.
- Ability to rename module
pyc
 
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Re: Suggestions

Wed Apr 03, 2019 10:11 am

A couple of brief comments, I think your first two features are already present. Apologies no links - I'm just on my mobile ATM and it's tricky to search the manual.

The working area is bigger than the screen. Pan using press and drag on the middle (scroll) mouse button.

There is an option to keep Annotations visible when minimizing modules. Is that what you want?
Terry Payman
 
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Re: Suggestions

Wed Apr 03, 2019 11:22 am

Pro Tip: I suggest reading the User's Guide (https://magicmusicvisuals.com/downloads/Magic_UsersGuide.html) front to back. There's a lot of functionality that's not immediately obvious, and I think you'll find that a lot of features you want are already in there. :-)

When starting out with MMV, I leapt in and struggled with a few things, but after reading the manual, it was all clear. It actually made me look at the process differently.
artnik
 
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Re: Suggestions

Wed Apr 03, 2019 11:51 am

Terry Payman wrote:The working area is bigger than the screen. Pan using press and drag on the middle (scroll) mouse button.


Ups, you're right. :) Still pressing scroll button on mouse here and dragging is not working. Only scrolling works vertically, if I want to do it horizontally I have to use horizontal slider.

There is an option to keep Annotations visible when minimizing modules. Is that what you want?


No, I was thinking the title of the module could be different than, but keeping annotations when minimized is useful also, it just uses one row more...
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