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Clip Fade Envelope Question

Post by Justin P » Sat Apr 13, 2019 10:01 pm

It's great than when adding a fade to the end of a clip, WaveLab tells you how long the fade is right on the clip envelope.

Is there a way for WaveLab to also show you where the fade is starting in terms of clip time and/or CD track time?

That would be helpful for when clients ask things such as... "start fading at 4:20 and be done by 4:27 etc.
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Re: Clip Fade Envelope Question

Post by PG » Sun Apr 14, 2019 8:18 am

It is currently not possible. What can help you, however, it to use the Timecode window and set the position display relative to the active clip start. When you do this, the edit cursor will give you the desired position.

This being said, I will add this requested feature in next (major) WaveLab version, that is, to have the info directly from the popup tip.
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Re: Clip Fade Envelope Question

Post by Justin P » Sun Apr 14, 2019 3:24 pm

PG wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 8:18 am
It is currently not possible. What can help you, however, it to use the Timecode window and set the position display relative to the active clip start. When you do this, the edit cursor will give you the desired position.

This being said, I will add this requested feature in next (major) WaveLab version, that is, to have the info directly from the popup tip.
Yes, right now I do use the timecode window and change it to clip or track start. It would just be a nice little time saver and feature if the info was directly available in the pop up. Thanks for considering it!
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Re: Clip Fade Envelope Question

Post by Rat » Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:49 am

Justin P wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 10:01 pm
It's great than when adding a fade to the end of a clip, WaveLab tells you how long the fade is right on the clip envelope.

Is there a way for WaveLab to also show you where the fade is starting in terms of clip time and/or CD track time?

That would be helpful for when clients ask things such as... "start fading at 4:20 and be done by 4:27 etc.
+1 for this
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