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Posts: 2
Registered: 10.11.2012
10.11.12 01:35:33
I'm having to make a number of videos out of up to 150+ jpeg images with transitions, titles, and a soundtrack added.

It would be lovely to be able to drag and drop all of the highlighted images onto the vidio track at once, instead of one at a time. Also since the images default to a 5 second showing each, it would also be handy to edit the duration of all them simultaneously to the required time frame, (ie 7 or 10 seconds each).

Perhaps there is a way already to do this and have missed it. If so I apologise for the suggestion being mistaken.
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
12.11.12 09:34:42
To: Cliffoz

Hello,

To add multiple files to the timeline you will need to select them (Ctrl) and drag and drop them to the timeline (or right-click and choose Add to ...).

You can set the default image duration in the settings of AVS Video Editor (follow Edit >> Settings >> Edit >> Default durations >> Image/Color).

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Posts: 59
Registered: 07.07.2012
17.11.12 17:35:51
To: Esther


Hi. Does this apply on the latest version only? I mean this work around. Or does it also apply on the previous ones?
Posts: 2
Registered: 10.11.2012
18.11.12 06:09:52
To: Cliffoz


My thanks for youir response - It will certainly help with the durations settings.

It would be nice to modify all the transitions as a block instread of dragging large numbers of the same item one at a time.

Thanks for your wonderful software that I am most appreciative of.

Cliffoz
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
19.11.12 07:36:10
To: Cliffoz

Hello,
You are welcome.
You can right-click a transition and choose Apply Transition to All (to add the currently selected transition between all the video clips at the Storyboard) or Apply Random Transitions (to add random transitions between all the video clips at the Storyboard).
Here are more guidelines on adding transitions.

Thank you very much for the positive feedback.

Best regards
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
19.11.12 07:39:56
To: mithcd

Hello,
The information in this thread applies to the latest version of AVS Video Editor (6.2.1.222) which we recommend using.
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