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  1. Okay, thanks! Is there a newsletter or some way that I can be notified of the latest releases and see what changes were made to which versions?
  2. Hello again, Thank you for entering the suggestions in for me. I do urgently need this feature, though! So, I want to know exactly what I need to do to get this feature as fast as possible. Would purchasing a support contract expedite the process? I last purchased a license under v6.00. I'll gladly buy both a support contract and a license to the next version to get these features!
  3. I just realized that effects templates scale with time, so If I make clips in varying durations, then one effect template for one tempo will work for another tempo. I still stand by my original thought of the utility of a CSV importer for various parameters. You can easily manipulate data in google sheets or excel whereas you have to click and drag for individual keyframes with the GUI. I know it was a lot of work to get the GUI to work how it does, but it can get tiresome if you want to produce videos like a well-oiled machine.
  4. My wrist is tired from doing a scroll-wheel click and dragging; I don't feel like zooming out and then zooming back in on the appropriate point. Could we bring in Shift+scroll wheel as means of moving along the timeline?
  5. I want to change the hue of a video with the tempo of a song. Currently, I split video clips up so that their duration is a multiple of the duration of a musical "measure", and then I make a template with hue such that transitions in hue occur at the beat of the song. Then I save it as a template. Every song has a different tempo though... Using the GUI is really tedious and repetitive. I would like to make a simple CSV file (with google sheets or excel) with time, parameter, and value columns. Perhaps there's a good way to manipulate the "curve handles" with the CSV too, but I won't ask for that much. Obviously, importing CSVs could be useful for several video effects' parameters, but the most useful for me would be "Motion" and "Hue." I don't want to sound naive, but this can be achieved pretty easily, right? I'd gladly pay a reasonable fee to upgrade to get these features.
  6. I want to use bookmarks to precisely mark the beat for songs when making music videos. If I could import a CSV file to label all the bookmarks, this would save at least a 1/2 hour of time per video. It would be nice if the time could be input in seconds - then there's no need for the program to parse the ":" and I can just do a simple formula using the BPM to convert to the time of each bookmark. I don't care about the bookmark color or name so much when importing the file, so maybe that information can be optional when making a CSV and just have sensible default values for them.
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