Export range in Timeline

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May 03, 2017 May 03, 2017

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Hi

I am trying to export only  a portion of the timeline in the Record workspace.   I don't see a way to do that -- other than to export it via Adobe Media encoder and select the range there.....

However am I missing something and there is a way?  I only want to export (tif sequence) the middle section of my recording.


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Rowby

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Adobe Employee , May 03, 2017 May 03, 2017
Hi Rowby,The only way in Character is to set the scene's duration (select the scene in the Project panel, then change the Duration in the Properties panel), but this always starts at time 0. So, doing it within AME would be one way around that.Others have suggested in/out points for export here:https://character-animator.ideas.aha.io/ideas/CH-I-160so feel free to add your name to that request.Thanks.

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Adobe Employee ,
May 03, 2017 May 03, 2017

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Hi Rowby,

The only way in Character is to set the scene's duration (select the scene in the Project panel, then change the Duration in the Properties panel), but this always starts at time 0. So, doing it within AME would be one way around that.

Others have suggested in/out points for export here:

https://character-animator.ideas.aha.io/ideas/CH-I-160

so feel free to add your name to that request.

Thanks.

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Apr 20, 2022 Apr 20, 2022

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If your Character Animator exports with Adobe Media Encoder, then you can set the In Point and Out Point there to define a sub-sequence for rendering.

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