Perfect, I always forget that keyframe action exists. Also while you’re here Marco another thing I’ve always found slightly confusing is:
- If an artist roto’s on a framerange 1000-1050 in Silhouette with the session settings start frame at 1000.
- The sfx project then gets sent somewhere else and the sourceplate is loaded back in but this time from 1001-1050. The roto would now be offset from the plate by 1 frame right but the start frame is still set to 1000.
So switching the startframe in session settings to 1001 now will just shift both plate and roto together right but everything will still be offset with each other.
What would you say is the best way to fix this offset inside Silhouette, is it a an issue with the plate or roto that has shifted? It happens mainly if plate ranges change at either the head or tail and the plate needs to be updated inside the Silhouette project for extra roto. Hope that makes sense!