Submitted by rafarayhan on Tue, 07/02/2013 - 02:37
hi all i am a new born baby on this kdenlive world. I have no previous expereience on video editing. so i want to start this journy with kdenlive, for that i want qulity ful video tutorials from beginner to avanced. so i hope you are all will help by giving advice.
Submitted by smokinglizard on Sun, 06/30/2013 - 20:42
I need some advice. I'm doing a two camera interview shoot. Both cameras are identical -- Sony Vixia HF21. I've already shot a few interviews with the cameras, thinking that since both cameras are identical make and model, my color balance would be accurate.
I set both to the same TUNGSTEN setting, but one camera produced a slightly more red coloration than the other.
Since most of the time we write in forums just to talk about what doesn't work, I wanted to make an exception and say that I'm happy with Kdenlive :)
The current version is completely stable for me. Not a single crash. I was happy to discover that now I can edit grouped audio and video tracks as they were one (including resize item start and end, which did not work before), so I no longer need to merge audio and video files out of Kdenlive.
So far I've edited 126 video tutorials which have over 200.000 views. People from all continents said thanks, and I thank you.
I've been struggling over the last several days to put together a 50 minute-long video with a fair number of cuts in it. Within the editor, the sound is reasonably in sync with the video at all points throughout the sequence. However, after I've compiled the final H.264 file, the sound drifts over the length of the video -- it starts out perfectly in sync, but by the end is about a half-second too early.
I had this problem with Kdenlive 0.9.6 release with MLT 0.9.0. Thinking I had a poor combo of media libs, the other night I installed and ran a daily build. Same problem.