I just opened my current project in the new Dorico. The video was playing back normally in D4, where I set it up. Now though, it is starting 20-ish seconds in, and I don’t see what I can do to change that.
Supplementary: I set up cues in Cubase, and exported them via MIDI. I noticed that in Cubase, I can click & drag in the video window, and jog a frame at a time. Is there a way to do that (jog, not necessarily via click & drag) in Dorico?
You can move a frame at a time with Command-F7/F9, or you can of course redefine these shortcuts if you wish.
As for the sync problems, I wonder whether perhaps the sync was wrong in Dorico 4? We did make a change during Dorico 5 development to fix a problem where video sync was out by 20 seconds, caused by the simple tempo sync to the plug-ins for things like Groove Agent, etc.
Video in Dorico 5 won’t start at correct TC like it did in 4. Did something change in the video setup? I have re-attached the current film but it the video in 5 jumps to a later number rather than the specified start time. Video frame rate is correct.
As yet, nothing, but I will get a chance to look at this later today. As you can imagine, there is rather a lot going on in the immediate aftermath of a big release, so please give us a little forbearance. Many thanks!
I have noticed that when I bring a video into Dorico Pro 5 the audio stream embedded in the video is not in sync with the picture, it plays off by quite a lot (around 20-30 seconds). I use the same video file in Nuendo 12 with no issues. I’ve tried using multiple types of video files and the same happens. Is there a possible issue with my video format? I tried QuickTime and MP4 H264.
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Hi, I have a video attached to a flow that starts in the correct spot and follows the playhead when using the fast-forward and rewind keyboard commands in Write mode or when manually moving the playhead in Play mode. However, when I push play on the transport bar in both Write and Play modes, the video starts approximately 15 seconds ahead of where it should be. The video played properly in Dorcio 4.3 Elements, but this issue occurs when running Dorico 5 Elements.
If anyone wants to look at the files, I can share Google Drive links to the Dorico 5 project and accompanying video. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!