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Submitted by mwjvanhout on Sun, 10/14/2012 - 17:17
The versions I am using are: Ubuntu 11.10 and Kdenlive 0.9.2.
I made a 80 minutes documentary movie in English with Dutch subtitles.
When I rendered this project to MPEG-2 to burn on DVD, it worked fine.
Then I used the same files to make a version with Indonesian subtitles.
That means that the whole project was the same, I just changed the text in the title clips,
so that the Indonesian subtitles come at exactly the same place as the Dutch ones were.
For the rest nothing in the files was moved.
That is why I am surprised to discover that the newly rendered files (with the Indonesian subtitles)
suddenly have failures in one of the audio tracks.
At the end of each clip of the voice-over track, the clips get cropped,
so that one or half a word at the end of almost every sentence is missing.
It only does this with some of the files, not all, but I cannot see any difference in the original files,
nor with the original ones.
My impression is, that the crf option is actually (and very unfortunately!) not supported by kdenlive yet. Why? Well I used a rendering profile with crf=20 and rendered. Then I changed the profile to crf=18 (leaving everything else unchanged). The filesize of the first rendering should usually be smaller than the rendering of the second file. BUT: It is not! The two files had the exact same filesize! Therefore it seems to me, that kdenlive actually just ignores the crf-option (and at the same time does not put out an error message).
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ich habe ein Projekt mit derzeit zwei Videospuren, wovonan einer Stelle zwei sich überlappen, und ich den Ton von der unteren und das Bild von der opren Spur brauche.
In meiner Timeline sieht es so aus:
Oberer Clip ist exakt so positioniert, dass er genau(!) Lippensynchron mit dem Ton läuft (es findet da ein Gespräch statt).
Spiele ich in der Timeline ab, sieht es auch perfekt aus.
Exportiere ich nun nur dieses Teilstück (kurz vor bis kurz nach diesem Clip) ist dieser Clip allerdings etwas versetzt (als hätte ich nicht richtig getrimmt).
Rendere ich den kompletten Film, ist dieser Clip aber, wie in der Timelinevorschau richtig.
Wieso rendert er den falschen Teil des Clips, wenn ich nur ein Teilstück rendere?
Kann das jemand bei sich bestätigen?
When I try to render projects, the computer freezes part way though on any settings. It has only just started doing this:
Kdenlive 0.92 from the sunab ppa, running on Ubuntu Studio 12.04 AMD Phenom II 965BE at std clocks, 16 Gb Corsair Dominator, 1600 DDR3, Nvidia 460 graphics card. Have tried an unistall and reinstall of Kdenlive and all libraries but nothing is working.
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