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xtian215
Junior Member
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12-27-2023, 10:03 AM
#1
Hi, its possible to export a JPG with all the info as for example the lens and length used ; BONUS as well as who's DP and Director for example?
something like when you export to PDF , but only in 1 page, its possible to have this function please?thank you+    
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xtian215
12-27-2023, 10:03 AM #1

Hi, its possible to export a JPG with all the info as for example the lens and length used ; BONUS as well as who's DP and Director for example?
something like when you export to PDF , but only in 1 page, its possible to have this function please?thank you+    

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perholmes
Per Holmes
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12-27-2023, 10:04 AM
#2
Strange, that should be the default result. If you see it in the editor, you should see it in the JPG. The JPG is basically just a fancy screen capture.
perholmes
12-27-2023, 10:04 AM #2

Strange, that should be the default result. If you see it in the editor, you should see it in the JPG. The JPG is basically just a fancy screen capture.

perholmes
Per Holmes
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12-27-2023, 10:20 AM
#3
Ah, you don't see it in the viewport either. In that case, they're simply disabled. Open any of the shot descriptions, scroll down, and select which fields are printed.
perholmes
12-27-2023, 10:20 AM #3

Ah, you don't see it in the viewport either. In that case, they're simply disabled. Open any of the shot descriptions, scroll down, and select which fields are printed.

xtian215
Junior Member
5
12-27-2023, 10:26 AM
#4
(12-27-2023, 10:20 AM)perholmes Ah, you don't see it in the viewport either. In that case, they're simply disabled. Open any of the shot descriptions, scroll down, and select which fields are printed.

Sorry for double posting, but yes I now uploaded what I meant, a jpeg with all this info in one single page would be really useful, in pdf I got all the info, but sometimes for posting on reddit or Facebook a jpeg is the only thing I need. Is this possible with jpegs?
xtian215
12-27-2023, 10:26 AM #4

(12-27-2023, 10:20 AM)perholmes Ah, you don't see it in the viewport either. In that case, they're simply disabled. Open any of the shot descriptions, scroll down, and select which fields are printed.

Sorry for double posting, but yes I now uploaded what I meant, a jpeg with all this info in one single page would be really useful, in pdf I got all the info, but sometimes for posting on reddit or Facebook a jpeg is the only thing I need. Is this possible with jpegs?

perholmes
Per Holmes
43
12-27-2023, 10:33 AM
#5
Exactly, you have to go into the shot description to enable them:

   
perholmes
12-27-2023, 10:33 AM #5

Exactly, you have to go into the shot description to enable them:

   

xtian215
Junior Member
5
12-27-2023, 10:38 AM
#6
Yes I get that, but is not possible to be shown as a table like in my screenshot? so its not clustered all in the same place
xtian215
12-27-2023, 10:38 AM #6

Yes I get that, but is not possible to be shown as a table like in my screenshot? so its not clustered all in the same place

perholmes
Per Holmes
43
12-27-2023, 10:41 AM
#7
Your example is a very specific example where it would work, but it wouldn't generally work. All you need is a scene with 10 angles in it (a very typical scene), and the table would take up more space than the diagram. This would only work in your exact, narrow case.
perholmes
12-27-2023, 10:41 AM #7

Your example is a very specific example where it would work, but it wouldn't generally work. All you need is a scene with 10 angles in it (a very typical scene), and the table would take up more space than the diagram. This would only work in your exact, narrow case.

xtian215
Junior Member
5
12-27-2023, 10:48 AM
#8
(12-27-2023, 10:41 AM)perholmes Your example is a very specific example where it would work, but it wouldn't generally work. All you need is a scene with 10 angles in it (a very typical scene), and the table would take up more space than the diagram. This would only work in your exact, narrow case.

Well usually I do interviews and would like the client to have a proper view of what’s gonna be done.

No need for 10 angles on interviews.

So I guess this won’t be possible right?
xtian215
12-27-2023, 10:48 AM #8

(12-27-2023, 10:41 AM)perholmes Your example is a very specific example where it would work, but it wouldn't generally work. All you need is a scene with 10 angles in it (a very typical scene), and the table would take up more space than the diagram. This would only work in your exact, narrow case.

Well usually I do interviews and would like the client to have a proper view of what’s gonna be done.

No need for 10 angles on interviews.

So I guess this won’t be possible right?

perholmes
Per Holmes
43
12-27-2023, 10:56 AM
#9
It won't be possible, because the idea doesn't generalize. I appreciate that there's a specific narrow case where it could work, but features have to be designed around more general use, and in this case, the feature becomes worse the more you use it, and breaks on a typical dramatic scene, which easily has 10 angles in it. It's not a good feature, and adding hundreds of such one-person features ultimately breaks the app, because every user who doesn't use the feature still has to contend with its existence, including choose from lists of hundreds of options whether to enable the option, and giving up on using the app because there are too many options. It's an entropy that every app is fighting against, and when apps give up and put in every feature, they start dying and will need a complete rewrite. Unless a feature fits into a larger whole for the userbase as a whole, or is a showstopper of a non-trivial amount of users, then it shouldn't be included, and such features should be removed, as we also do sometimes.
perholmes
12-27-2023, 10:56 AM #9

It won't be possible, because the idea doesn't generalize. I appreciate that there's a specific narrow case where it could work, but features have to be designed around more general use, and in this case, the feature becomes worse the more you use it, and breaks on a typical dramatic scene, which easily has 10 angles in it. It's not a good feature, and adding hundreds of such one-person features ultimately breaks the app, because every user who doesn't use the feature still has to contend with its existence, including choose from lists of hundreds of options whether to enable the option, and giving up on using the app because there are too many options. It's an entropy that every app is fighting against, and when apps give up and put in every feature, they start dying and will need a complete rewrite. Unless a feature fits into a larger whole for the userbase as a whole, or is a showstopper of a non-trivial amount of users, then it shouldn't be included, and such features should be removed, as we also do sometimes.

xtian215
Junior Member
5
12-27-2023, 11:03 AM
#10
Thanks for the clarification.
And thanks for the app amazing tool!
xtian215
12-27-2023, 11:03 AM #10

Thanks for the clarification.
And thanks for the app amazing tool!

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