Unfortunately, this will be dependent upon a number of factors, like hardware, resolution that you’re rendering, etc.
There’s quite a few ways to control the timeline zoom factor. In case you’re not aware you can also frame on the selected keys or sections by hitting the ‘f’ shortcut. If you double click on a section, you can zoom into that section. Double clicking again will return you to your previous zoom factor. If you hold down control and drag in the time scrubber region, you’ll zoom into that dragged region. If you hold down control and drag to the left, you will zoom out (this is a stack actually and you can zoom in multiple times).
Snapping to frames and times should be on by default. Do you have the magnet button on? There’s also quite a few snapping options in the menu next to it. Perhaps one of those is what you’re looking for?
Yes, we’ll be looking at last frame issues in a future release.
Yes, we’re hoping to add more features for rendering movies in a future release, including adding audio.
I do believe this is a little deeper than that as it doesn’t seem to matter if I render out a smaller version or what FPS I use. The editor’s alive after the render, but it’s about 3spf (secs per frame).
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Yea I can snap to increments but they’re all based on time, not frames.
I’m unsure what setting the snap to (30FPS) actually does though as this appears to be such a fine increment it’s the same behavior as no snap.