Loop Stations

 Stations Within Loops

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This item displays a list all of the stations in each loop. This is useful for tracing which shots form the loop. If you are processing multiple linked files, only loops processed in the last file will be displayed. The loops are displayed in a slightly unusual format. It consists of four parts: a Closing Shot, two Strings of Shots and a Common Point:

 

1. Closing Shot. This is the last shot in the loop. It is the shot that connected both sides of the loop and closed the loop.

 

2. Two Strings of Shots. These are the series of shots that form the sides of the loop. They are connected together with the closing shot.

 

3. Common Point. This is the station where the Two Strings of Shots come together. It the point that both sides of the loop have in common.

 

As an example, look at the following loop:

 

loop1

 

The Closing Shot is between A12 and A7. One String consists of A8, A9, A10, and A12. The other String consists of A4, A5, and A6. The Common Coint is A3. The program would display the loop stations this way.

 

CLOSURE IS BETWEEN: A12-A7

      A7,A6,A5,A4,A3

      COMMON point: A3

      A12,A11,A10,A9,A8,A3

 

Here are some other examples:

 

STATIONS WITHIN LOOPS:

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CLOSURE IS BETWEEN: CSU37-CSU42

      CSU37

      COMMON point: CSU37

      CSU42,CSU41,CSU40,CSU38,CSU37

 

CLOSURE IS BETWEEN: CSU58-CSU55

      CSU58,CSU57,CSU56,CSU54

      COMMON point: CSU54

      CSU55,CSU54

CLOSURE IS BETWEEN: CSA13-CSA1

      CSA13,CSA12,CSA11,CSA10,CSA9,CSA8,

      CSA7,CSA6,CSA5,CSA4,CSA3,CSA2,CSA1

      COMMON point: CSA1

      CSA1