Please watch the forum for announcements about increased codec support
Maybe with the plans to integrate editshare with lightworks what I am about to say has already been internally discussed and a decision already made, but....
Is it possible to modularize the software? A frameserver (or similar "middleware" layer) taking care of codec support, and then a uniform interface to the editor? The idea could be using filesystem objects (script files, like avisynth, with a uniform "codec", or even virtual files, like AVFS).
I would like the idea to be able to update or upgrade the software only for the part that needs it (e.g., only the frameserver if only format support has changed). In addition, sharing could be taken care of through already existing services: those offered by the filesystem.
Hi Larsborke. I don't have any experience of P2 myself, but if you're looking to auto-sync separate video and audio files, there are a couple of things you can do : first, when importing your files make sure that 'sync using filenames' is enabled on the import panel cogs menu. If this still results in separate clips after import, choose 'auto synchronise' from the imports bin that appears, and that should do what you need.
The "sync using filenames" function made P2 DVCpro import work. All clips on a virtual P2 card can be imported or linked to this way. That makes this great app production ready for my small corporate video business