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I am trying KdenLive for the first time, it seems quite nice and I started a project.
In this project I edited a image to get a transparent background (with the grey squares) and exported it to png(tried other formats too).
Then I imported it to the clips (with the transparent background cheked), but when I put it into the timeline on the top track it shows a black background and not the track bellow as I expected (sometimes a white background when I did experiences with gimp).
Submitted by bobhairgrove on Sun, 11/25/2012 - 13:34
I am using Kdenlive 0.9.2 on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Hardware is a Dell Inspiron 1420 laptop.
My project is using HD 1080p 25 fps clips in MPEG-2 M2T format (video only, no sound) which were generated in Kdenlive from historic WWI-era low-resolution clips and dubbing them with an audio file. The parameters as shown in the Render dialog when creating these clips were as follows:
f=mpegts acodec=mp2 ab=%audiobitrate+'k' ar=48000 vcodec=mpeg2video minrate=0 vb=%bitrate+'k' bf=2 b_strategy=1 trellis=1 aspect=%dar pass=%passes
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I just realized it would be really nice and very useful to have a colour grading effect in Kdenlive. Colour grading is used to automatically get all of the clips in a movie to get the same colour tone.
Don't really know much about the math but in most other applications it works by selecting the darkest and brightest spots in each two clips.
I wanted to check this issue on the forum before I reported it as a bug. I'm using various GIT builds of Kdenlive 0.9.3 and I can't seem to get the titling effects to work as I would expect. If I just do static titles then everything works as expected, if I try the 'typewriter' effect then when I import the created title on to the timeline it will only type the first letter, if I go back and open the title dialog again and simply highlight my title and click 'OK' then the typewriter effect displays on the timeline when previewing but then the letters are typed sporadically and often the words are not completely typed in the Rendered project even when the title is plenty long to accomodate the number of letters.
I imported a video from Mini DV tape to iMovie HD on Mac osX (snow leapord) only to find out that some of the faces in the picture were overexposed throughout the 60 minute program. Is it possible to fix or adjust the dv file's exposure with this software so it can be usable? Thanks in advance for any advice.
Submitted by twchambers on Thu, 11/08/2012 - 12:08
I'm still fairly new to editing but as I try to play back my project, the project monitor becomes very slow through transitions - Particularly composite.
The behaviour is identical to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jemvS942IJY, (though that's not my video).