I edit a local half hour TV show and like to compile subprojects saved as KdenLive projects.
I then later put them into the shows as time allows to meet the time limitations.
I do not want to stop and render nor lose any quality.
This worked fine in 0.8.3 but does not now in 0.9.2.
I can see the clip (project loaded as clip ) and play it on the timeline
but the actual clip does not render and indicates invalid on the rendered file playback.
I tested the project that would not work in 0.9.2 and it works fine in 0.8.3.
I also tried several other projects like this and they all fail in 0.9.3.
Any thoughts specifically on this or how I could go about troubleshooting it ?
Or if anybody has other ideas on how to do this without rendering to create and package sub projects for later compilation without quality loss please let me know.
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I'm new here, but use kdenlive for several years now, and am happy with it.
I'm currently working on a song video clip. The final format is 720p @ 30FPS.
As the song is quite long (16 minutes), I've split it into small parts (like 10 of them), which I render, and then I've a big project in which I import every renders and render the final thing, with the audio file coming out from the studio.
The point is, for one of the small parts (the one called Intro), I've got an audio / video unsync in the end.
I've verified each step:
- audio / video sync is OK when playback in Intro.kdenlive project
- audio / video sync is OK when playing Intro.mp4 file (which is the file in which I've rendered the part)
- audio / video sync is OK when playback the main.kdenlive in which I've imported Intro.mp4
- audio / video sync is NOT OK when playing main.mp4 (which is the file in which I've rendered the whole project).
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Submitted by XTheHacker2000X on Mon, 09/17/2012 - 15:01
I am Italian, so excuse my bad english
I'm having serious problems with the rendering of all my projects Kdenlive
Every time I try to render the process in a few seconds up to 10%, then 50%, then crashes
Here's the error:
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