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  1. I set up one Sapphire transition (whiplash) between two clips, and used the "key in" and "key out" buttons to set the start and end transition amounts. That really didn't work; epic fail -- the transition amount didn't change at all throughout the transition. I switched to using autokey, and though I had to go back and forth an extra time since I couldn't find a way to get the start keyframe to work, I got that transition to work as I wanted to. So I went to another transition point where I wanted to use a Sapphire blur transition. Absolute fail; using autokey it insists on setting the transition amount to a constant, refusing to give me any transition animation. Adding the transition isn't working correctly either. I selected the stacks on both sides and click the effect button, it adds the effect to the lower one in the timeline, and I can see from the node graph that it isn't including the clip above, which looks like a bug. I shouldn't have to manually link them if I select both the incoming and outgoing clips. In this screen shot the dissolve should be spanning the overlap between the two clips, but it's on the outgoing clip and doesn't include the incoming one like it should. It's easy to fix that by moving things around, but that shouldn't be necessary. Either way though, autokey is simply not working. No matter what I do with it, I end up with the same transition amount throughout the entire transition. The most frustrating thing is that when I turn on auto key and go to the final frame, then drag the transition amount from zero to one, the preview is EXACTLY what I'm looking for. Go back to the start of the transition and drag the transition amount back to zero, and I see the same thing in reverse. Go back to the end, and the transition amount stays at zero.
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