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What about keyframe detection?

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#1 Joachim Buambeki
Something like this:
I adjust the first frame in LR, synchronise all, pick a few inbetween and the last, adjust them according to my taste and export the .xmp files.
LR-timelapse then recognises them as keyframes and automatically ramps everything with a smooth transition.
This would make things easier and one wouldn't have to select a specified range of images manually in LR-timelapse and ramp each selection.
I know it can be done manually, but if I understand the curves right, all the possible methods for making the transition produce either a harsh change of tack in the settings (linear) or a plateau for the keyframe (eased, fade-in/out) which isn't optimal.
With an auto-keyframe detection LR-timelapse could calculate smooth values like it does for the deflickering.

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David
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#2 gwegner
This will be one of the major features in 1.2
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#3 gwegner
Implemented in 1.2 - see http://forum.lrtimelapse.com/Thread-lrti...w-features
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