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Question - copy all keyframes to a notepad?. No.70949
dblue  2018-01-12 16:29:47 ( ID:ctlhilgs1em )  

I have to write all the keyframes number locations down manually. Is there a way to copy all keyframes to a notepad?


tkrave  2018-01-16 15:14:33 ( ID:t7rw5rdz3jm )  

You can export the chapter/keyframe positions as a .keyframe file and just open it in a text editor. It's just a list of the frame numbers where a chapter/keyframe exists. Just hit ctrl + s when you're in the clip editor.


dblue  2018-01-16 21:15:18 ( ID:ctlhilgs1em )  

So there's no way to get a list of the keyframes ladled like this?


1:00
2:45
4:53
7:88
8:77
And so on

Because this is what it says when I load it into notepad
0
4823
7270
12516
15142
20101
25939
38988
41503
47885


tkrave  2018-01-19 17:17:51 ( ID:t7rw5rdz3jm )  

Not through TAW6, I don't think. You can create a formula in excel to convert the framenumber into timecode, do a google search for "convert frame number to timecode" and you should be able to find some stuff.


dblue  2018-01-19 23:41:47 ( ID:ctlhilgs1em )  

thx for your help ill check it out :)


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