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Just tried slideshow on PD16 latest revision and it appears to ignore all changes made to clips.

So simple - make adjustments to exposure/contrast size position crop et al - they do not show on the timeline and do not appear in the slideshow.

Whereas using the same set of clips (jpgs) and just play as a normal video and the adjustments do appear in the preview, even though not on the timeline.

So timeline display does not show any changes - but maybe this is how CL designed it.

Slideshow ignores changes - and this is bad, as regular video uses changes as made.

Any thoughts peoples?
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Quote Just tried slideshow on PD16 latest revision and it appears to ignore all changes made to clips.

So simple - make adjustments to exposure/contrast size position crop et al - they do not show on the timeline and do not appear in the slideshow.

Whereas using the same set of clips (jpgs) and just play as a normal video and the adjustments do appear in the preview, even though not on the timeline.

So timeline display does not show any changes - but maybe this is how CL designed it.

Slideshow ignores changes - and this is bad, as regular video uses changes as made.

Any thoughts peoples?

Slide show is essentially premade and not adjustable except within narrow limits.
If you want to be able to change more, use the full editor.
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Hi Thanks for that - what you say looks true which is a shame.

Another way would be to edit/adjust/crop etc before loading to PD then things will perform as expected.

It was my first play - and now I am at least aware.

Thank you.
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