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Would be great to be able to talk to online users owner of the video.
It would be great to have a downloadable version of syncSketch. In my case I would use it to give animation feedbacks to my students, but in the school I work for we have to upload the feedback video file on the school online platform so they can download it at home. If I use syncSketch online I have to :
1- upload the student's video
2- do my feedback video
3- download this video I made
4- upload this video on the school's FTP
That is why I would be really interested in having this program on my computers (PC and MAC), rather than usable online only (which is a GREAT concept by the way to share things easily and allow others to access it and add annotations and all). For now I use RVplayer for this but syncSketch is way more complete and lighter when it comes to draw on top of the video and navigation. Cheers
Hi Dodzy - you should already be able to download the feedback and videos from the uploaded/reviewed sessions. So as long as you students have the review link - they will be able to access and download the original feedback, the video with drawovers and a greasepencil file
Just playing around with out Syncsketch. So far, it's very impressive!
I noticed in the help screen, where its lists all the hotkeys, there's a ALT+mouse to scrub over video.
I can't seem to get it to work. I've tried ALT + just mouse, left button mouse, right button mouse, middle button mouse. What am I doing wrong?
Kinovea has this cool feature where you can have two videos playing side by side:
Would be awesome if down the road Syncsketch has a similar functionality, where you shift-select two videos, and they show up one next to the other, synced.
This would be especially helpful when comparing a shot to the reference video it's based on, or say, a blocking pass to a final pass.
This happened two weekends in a row:
1) I'm in a session with two other students
2) I Start a Presentation and mute the audio from the video. Everyone's video is muted. Great.
3) A student loses internet connection and drops out. Then joins back in. I'm still in Presentation mode, but now the audio is out of sync. It shows muted on my side, but it's unmuted on his.
4) To get everyone in sync again, I stopped the presentation. Started again, then muted the audio. Now we're all unmuted again.
I would expect that, while in Presentation mode, everyone who joins the session at any time will automatically be synced to whatever settings the presenter has.
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