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:
Import Nikon D3100 H.264 MOV in FCP on Mac Mountain Lion
Nikon has developed a habit of making very attractive entry-level DSLRs, which are rarely the best specified but cleverly designed so that they're easy and enjoyable to shoot with. Among them, Nikon D3100 is perfect for capturing clips or sequences and it allow you to film at either 1920x1080, 1280x720 or 640x480 pixels with 30fps, 25fps, and 24fps. Video is an absolute highlight of the Nikon and it's wonderful to have this degree of control in a camera.
Mac AVCHD to AIC converter-Convert SD800 AVCHD Recordings to AIC for iMovie editing
Panasonic HDC-SD800 is an excellent camcorder which gives me high quality videos. I like editing SD800 recorded videos with iMovie for family movies like interesting events, cats, building a snowman and so on. But the first time when I want to import SD800 to iMovie for editing, I encountered some problems, I can’t import HDC-SD800 to iMovie. My friends told me iMovie doesn’t support SD800 AVCHD well. Finally I found Pavtube Video Converter for Mac which is the best SD800 Converter to convert SD800 AVCHD Videos to AIC formatperfectly compatible with iMovie.
If you have the same problem about editing Panasonic SD800 AVCHD Videos in iMovie, you may follow the step-by-step guide.
iPad Supported Cameras-Copying Camera photos and recordings to iPad
With the iPad Camera Connection Kit, it's easy to download photos and videos from your digital camera to iPad so as to view them on the iPad display and make them into slideshows and films for sharing on YouTube and with friends.
But there's not a thing that is perfect. Before you buy an iPad Camera Connection Kit, you'd better make sure it works with your camera. I can't list all of iPad supported Cameras in this post (there're too many cameras on the market), but here're some useful tips for you to judge if your camera is compatible with the iPad device and its accessory CCK (camera connection kit).
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First a disclaimer: I'm using a bit ancient version of Kdenlive:
These are packages from RPMFusion (I'm using Fedora).
Now, the problem I'm facing is that when I enable proxies for any clips in my project, those clips get rendered as black screen to the rendered video. The clips that don't have the proxy enabled render just fine. I don't have the "Render using proxy clips" selected in the render dialog.
My project is really simple. The clips are Ogg Theora videos. They have the same dimensions and framerate as the project output. There is only one video track on the project where (parts of) the clips are organized. No effects, transitions or anything else either - just the plain clips on the track. There is no audio in the clips nor in the project.
Submitted by cowboynick on Sat, 08/25/2012 - 14:56
Hey guys, I'm new to kdenlive and am still learning about it. I'm trying to make a small movie, and I cannot render it in HDV Raw DV or AVI DV. I install the libavcodecs extra 53 package, which gave me the other formats, but it also uninstalled the default package. I think this is all the information. I'd be much obliged if someone can help me. Thanks!