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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000009||Wirecast||New Feature Request||public||2018-07-25 03:22||2020-06-30 02:37|
|Summary||0000009: Loopback Video Elements|
Particularly when doing chromakey and other complex use of virtual sets, maintaining each reference to an input source can be complex. What would be helpful is to have a “virtual layer” where you can define one or more input elements - and setup things like chromakey, crop, etc. Then, this element could be used in multiple shots elsewhere - without the need to reconfigure crop and chromakey each time.
As a wirecast user, I want to have a layer where I can compose shots which can be re-used elsewhere in my document so that I can make changes in one place, with that input to be re-used in multiple other places in my document. For example: A virtual set built up could appear at different zoom levels elsewhere in the document.
As a wirecast user, I want to be able to configure audio within the input layer to allow assignment to mixer channels, to fix the other problem with random assignment.
As a wirecast user, I want to be able to assign effects within the mixer where inputs are pre-mapped to the audio mixer, even if the shot is not live.
|2018-07-25 03:22||gregk||New Issue|
|2020-06-29 06:10||gregk||Summary||WIRE-15864 Loopback Video Elements #00599541 => Loopback Video Elements|
|2020-06-29 06:10||gregk||Ticket(s)||=> 00599541|
|2020-06-29 06:10||gregk||Jira||=> WIRE-15864|
|2020-06-29 07:18||gregk||Product Version||=> 13.2.0.b1|
|2020-06-29 07:18||gregk||Additional Information Updated||View Revisions|
|2020-06-30 02:37||gregk||Tag Attached: Inputs|