ushere wrote on 4/21/2014, 1:52 AM
i noticed that too grazie, but thought it had always been like that - just goes to show how inattentive i've become.

this event lenght thing has really thrown me big time - i'm just beginning to realise exactly how often i refer to it, or rather, would ;-(

are there no editors at scs?
set wrote on 4/21/2014, 4:23 AM
I personally never knew there is a script to show the length of clip duration, but, what I usually did, I just double click* on the event, which will make selection of that event clip, and the duration length will appear in the lower-right.

*Double click on the center of the clip, NOT the edges as it will go to expanded mode editing.

Hope this can help as a temporary alternate solution while hoping the script or VP13 updated later to support this back.
ushere wrote on 4/21/2014, 5:53 AM
@ set - being lazy, cut and pasted from another thread:

NormanPCN wrote on 4/21/2014, 12:42 PM
As I understand it, extension identify themselves as belonging to a specific type of extension. Depending on this info, Vegas shows and extension under the Edit, View or Tools menu.

Every extension I have tried always shows under View.
jetdv wrote on 4/21/2014, 1:26 PM
Excalibur is listed under View - Extensions but the free Auto Save included with Excalibur is under Tools - Extensions. So, yes, there are some extensions that are not under "View".
i am erikd wrote on 4/21/2014, 1:30 PM
I just want to say the view event length extension works as expected in V13 for me.
Editguy43 wrote on 4/21/2014, 2:16 PM
I am ericd
What is the folder chain where your event length DLL is?
i am erikd wrote on 4/22/2014, 12:44 AM
Not sure why exactly but I see that I have it in two different places.
C:\ProgramData\Sony\Vegas Pro\Application Extensions
C:\Users\erik\AppData\Roaming\Sony\Vegas Pro\Application Extensions
JohnnyRoy wrote on 4/22/2014, 8:05 AM
> "Why? Edit > Extensions - NO: View > Extensions - YES:"

The "Why" is because only View Extensions are allowed to have a user interface. If you create an Edit Extensions, it must do something without any user interaction (because vegas won't give you a window to display it in). Since most extensions interact with the end user, they are registered under View Extensions so that they get a docakble window.

Grazie wrote on 4/22/2014, 8:07 AM
jr: If you create an Edit Extensions, it must do something without any user interaction (because vegas won't give you a window to display it in).Like what? Please give me an example?


jetdv wrote on 4/22/2014, 9:12 AM
Grazie, "Tools - Extensions" is the same: No display window. So Tools and Edit are no window while View is with window. You would need a function that requires no user interaction in Edit or Tools.

Auto Save in Excalibur is an example of such a tool. It silently runs in the background and simply saves every x minutes. I felt it was more of a "tool" option than an "edit" option so I put it under the Tools menu. While it does open a configuration screen so you can adjust the settings, it does not have an open window when used.