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The word "continuous" indicates you really don't
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Since that is a transitive verb, I always find it harder to pick a single word to describe the opposite. But with another descriptive word or two you could use the following to get the point across. Looking in my personal Roget's thesaurus:

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Why do some transitions in my video project fail to render properly?


Instead of choosing the transitions one-by-one and working with each individual transition properties, draw a box that encompasses all the transitions you want to deal with and set the parameters all at once.

Here is the relevant part of an instruction video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=88nhpwIBLeo#t=117

Doing anything (in just about any software program, doing any and everything) on a one-by-one basis just ends up leaving so many places for the instructions to become corrupt. "Batching" makes sense.

After you "batch" a bunch of transitions together, it might follow that you could cut and move them around the timeline without problem.

Please consider that just about anything other than a nice, "quiet" fade-to-black or cross-fade transition can appear rather cheesy.

Just because you "can", doesn't mean you "should" when it comes to video effects. On the other hand, maybe you want cheesy, and really wish to make the viewer get dizzy or ill.

Go to THIS FORUM for information specific to your software: http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/242/ShowForum.aspx

Have fun, but try to keep your transitions consistent, like the pro's do!



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