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  2. 10 votes

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    William Hunter commented  · 

    Setting reliable poster frames started working for me. Huzzah.

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    William Hunter commented  · 

    I agree. Why do we make subclips? So we can pull out takes and organize our scenes. What happens if they all take the first frame of the shot? It renders them fairly useless.

    Please fix this.

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  3. 4 votes

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    William Hunter commented  · 

    This would be great. One reason why I make subclips is I'm looking for a clip with that perfect mood to illustrate what I want, and I'll have several candidates for one edit because I'm such a ******* stickler. ;0 So rating them as I make them would let me easily just use the first one because it's always the first one you think is good anyway ;)

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  4. 14 votes

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    William Hunter commented  · 

    This has started working for me. I can set the poster frame on subclips and they stay on as I move the clips around and change focus to other clips and whatnot.

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  6. 3 votes

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  9. 5 votes

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    William Hunter commented  · 

    I agree with you that the Freeform view is fantastic, and I like your ideas for improving it.

    Especially being able to nest clips into little mini-sequences, that hopefully you'd be able to drag to the timeline and keep their order. Right now my flow with Freeform is to chisel down the footage by making big subclips of full takes, then making smaller subclips of shots using In/Out, then assembling the scenes... all within Freeform! Then just drag the assembled scene onto the timeline and tweak.

    One point I'll make to your #4... if you expand the Project window with ~ before you work in Freeform it makes it the full size and much more useful to move clips around it.

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