renho wrote:Yeah, that's frustrating that you can't assign R button to play video in addition to audio (optionally), when doing audio timing. Because there are often onscreen text and hardcoded captions that you don't want to miss. I usually have to do a second pass dragging a pressed middle mouse button across the whole audiotrack just to check the video.
jfs wrote:dearcheung wrote:
The groupings in the Hotkeys settings are called contexts, and they indicate what working situation the hotkey works in.
The hotkey you're showing here is in the Translation Assistant context, meaning that Home for playing video only works when the Translation Assistant is active.
The important thing here is that you can add your own hotkeys, and you can add them to any context.
1. Select the Default context (mark it in blue), and expand it
2. Click New
3. Press the key you want to use to play the line
4. Click over in the next field, where the command name goes
5. Write video/play/line as the command name
Just be careful adding hotkeys that also do other things to the Default context. For instance, if you add the Home key without any modifier like Shift or Ctrl, then you won't be able to press Home to jump the text cursor to the start of the line in the subtitle text editor. And even worse, if you bind an alphabet key you won't be able to write that letter at all.
renho wrote:jfs, thank you, that was very helpful for me as well.
But I have a question: video/play/line and audio/play/selection both work, but when I try to create a shortcut for video/play/selection, I get an error. Is there a way to make it work too?
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