What's new in Radi v0.5.6
You can now specify element timings. This allows for content to be visible for only a part of the timeline. (For example, a canvas element could be visible for the first 4 seconds, then a video element begins.)
To support timing, all elements now have In Time (start time) and Duration settings. By default, the element's duration is the entire timeline. To change these settings, select the element and use the Inspector. You can also drag an element on the timeline.
The output of an adjustment layer is now correctly cropped within the bounds of the element containing the adjustment layer. This matches what the result will look like when published. (Previously adjustment layers were applied to the whole document size.)
Published video elements are now hidden until the first video frame has loaded. This (hopefully) prevents an ugly black flash in Chrome.
Fixed bugs in keyframing and video exporting.
Fixed crash bug when browser detection failed. (Thanks to Ean White for the report.)
Looking for more? Each Radi version tends to focus on slightly different features. Previous updates introduced WebM/VP8 support, and before that in 0.5.4, a new concept of timeline events. In case you missed those, check it out:
What's new in Radi 0.5.5
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