Mouse wheel to change track colors...in the Inspector

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Mouse wheel to change track colors...in the Inspector

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By accident, yesterday I tweaked the mouse wheel while hovering over the color strip at the top of the inspector.
Guess what, you can change the track color here just by moving the mouse wheel. And it is fast.
I wasn't sure what happened when I first did it, I thought I might have changed/selected another track somehow.
But nope, just the color changed.

Maybe I'm the only one not to know about this...
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Re: Mouse wheel to change track colors...in the Inspector

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What is the AES31 standard?
Can I export all the punch ins with this standard?
Why did I get a message saying the my files were not Broadcast Wave because they were 32 float bit?
Sorry for so many questions.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Re: Mouse wheel to change track colors...in the Inspector

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So you just joined the forum yesterday and decided to infiltrate my thread with your questions.
Weird place to post your questions...
What is the AES31 standard?
http://www.aes.org/
Can I export all the punch ins with this standard?
I don't know, I use OMF or batch exports.
Why did I get a message saying the my files were not Broadcast Wave because they were 32 float bit?
I would check the broadcast wave format standards. Makes sense that 32 bit files aren't recognized though.
Broadcast wave is all about compatibility...32 bit still isn't compatible with most systems.
I use the Broadcast Wave format all the time, just never tried it with 32 bit files, only 24 bit.

Good luck.
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Re: Mouse wheel to change track colors...in the Inspector

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Great! Can you do it again? :shock:
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