FrameHold special v2.3


 
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Contributor: Andrea Geremia
Classic FrameHold node with more features
Requirements:
12.2, 12.1, 12.0, 11.3, 11.2, 11.1, 11.0, 10.5, 10 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
14 Feb 2021
315

FRAMEHOLD SPECIAL

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v2.3:

+ added example

+ improved graphic


v2.2:

+ fixed typing error 


v2.1:

+ updated text and explanations

+ added knobChanged


v2: special Thanks to Fabian Holtz for his advice!

+ updated tool, now it's more lightweight


Compared to the classic FrameHold node, this one has something SPECIAL: Pick a frame and use it for the frame range that you prefer!

The gizmo doesn't use keyframe, but just FrameRange and AppendClip.

 

Here a small explanation:

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When you connect the node to the footage, you can choose the frame to hold.

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With checkbox 'pause the original plate' you can stop the original footage and then take it back after the FrameHold.

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For example, frame range of your Footage is going from 1001 to 1050.

I would like to lock the frame 1010 in this frame range: 1010-1020, like in the previous images

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If your checkbox is unchecked, the final frame range will be the same: 1001-1050. Basically the footage won't be stopped, but the Frame Hold will replace the footage in the frame range specified, so 1010-1020.

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If your checkbox is checked, the final frame range will be: 1001-1061. That's why the footage will be stopped after frame 1009 (I would like to lock the frame in the frame range: 1010-1020, so for 11 frames). After frame 1020 my footage will restart from frame 1010, when I stopped it before.

At the end my new frame range is 1000-1061.

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Comments   

 
+1 # Qwa7 Qwa7 2019-03-25 09:05
Thank!
 
 
+1 # Peter Schwarz 2019-04-24 07:23
Thanks! really useful!
btw.: you have best gizmo documentation here :)
btw2.: "Python and TCL: Tips and Tricks for Nuke" on your homepage is amazing! Thank You :)
 
 
# Andrea Geremia 2019-05-17 11:08
Thank YOU Peter :)
A real pleasure to share this tool! It's the best part of the community :lol:
 

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