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Re: how do 3 windows different in one scene? 1 year, 7 months ago #137710

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Here is the Lightworks video on routing:

Re: how do 3 windows different in one scene? 1 year, 7 months ago #137718

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tunjin,

do you use V12.6 to set up the routing or V14?
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Re: how do 3 windows different in one scene? 1 year, 7 months ago #137770

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i'm using 14 beta..

few hours i will see youtube to learn it.. thank you for share any information.

i wish to ask you: in routing ,why not add menu-content "add effects" and direct create in router instead in setting..? (similar Nuke, Natron, Blender...)this is my opinion to ask you..maybe for future next version..or never to new feature for routing..

other think: routing will can change name from routing to node?
if lightworks will do change name note so all world will be happy..
i do talking.. ok? smile

Re: how do 3 windows different in one scene? 1 year, 7 months ago #137783

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why not add menu-content "add effects" and direct create in router instead in setting..?
That is already there.

- in your FX panel - go to the '+' tab
- select the desired effect
- drag it via the 'Routing' tab to open the routing panel
- drop it into the routing panel.
- connect 'pipes' as required
- make setting adjustments

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Re: how do 3 windows different in one scene? 1 year, 7 months ago #137787

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If you apply the effects in the order V3, V2, V1, and do them as DVE first then whatever crop tool you wish to use, the routing will take care of itself. You won't need to touch it at all. The reason that I used visual crop plus was simple: I happened to have it on the system at the time. As well I could have used a 3D DVE, octagonal vignette or visual crop.

Routing is the term used to describe the interconnections between the nodes and is the correct term to use in this case. The alternative would be to replace the single word "routing" with the phrase "connections between nodes". I know which I prefer to use!

[EDIT] Follow on from RWAV's explanation: Users of versions prior to 14 who may be reading this need to use a different workflow. You must open the routing panel after placing your first effect. There is a section on the left side of the routing panel that contains all of the effects. Any of them can be dragged into the routing and "wired up" as you wish. It's a different way of doing things to 14 and above, but has the disadvantage of requiring you to have at least one effect in place before you can open the routing panel.
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Re: how do 3 windows different in one scene? 1 year, 7 months ago #137929

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HI JWRL and RWAV
THANKYOU FOR SUGGEST, DEMONSTRATION, TIPS, LINK YOUTUBE.
for now i'm UNDERSTAND AS FINE FINNALLY.

i see link youtubem lightworks 12 has important: routing + list effects this is true comfortable.. but in lwks 14 has not it..uhmm.. i wish that routing+list effect inside..but can add CUSTOM for user ui for future version?

my way is almost finished..but i need to ask last question:

My unfortunate case: My camcorder saved video files divided, then in timeline there are so many divided clips but how can I apply it all in unique effect?
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