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    very exciting! hopefully an apple color plug in as well!
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    Whoa, this app means business...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanan View Post
    And now supported...

    this just made my day!!
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    Plus... Snapshot can now use export presets for still formats.
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    Well done DEANAN!

    Cant wait to play... any chance of JL Cooper Eclipse support anytime soon?

    Thanks regardless, loving the direction its going!
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    let's see what's under that 'framing control' pulldown menu deanan.....please!
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    As somebody who shoots a lot of time-lapse, (both through the time-lapse feature and low fps variable-speed settings) could there be a feature built into the meta-data that we could use to tell what the frame-rate of a particular shot was recorded at? This would be particularly helpful (especially for clients) when fussing over several shots composed of the same setting but filmed at different rates.
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    Three still stores for reference (toggle image for now but will evolve into more):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanan View Post
    Three still stores for reference (toggle image for now but will evolve into more):
    Woot!
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    Download link will go live wednesday during the RED party.
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