Submitted by amobley118 on Thu, 01/31/2013 - 23:32
I am running Kdenlive 0.9.2 on Ubuntu 12.10
I have had Kdenlive install for a few months and it has worked beautifully until today. After adding some final touches to a project, I went to render and when I clicked the "Render" button, Kdenlive just closes. I relaunched the program and clicked "Render" and the same thing happened. I restarted my laptop and that didn't help. I made sure is something in the project by just opening Kdenlive and trying to render a blank project. I uninstalled and reinstalled Kdenlive and that didn't help either. I have been able to render in the past but now...nothing.
Here is the output from the terminal as the program is lauched to when the Render button is clicked...
Got bus address: "unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-bjkCeNfMKk,guid=8d7ff1b582fb4ebbb1763c30510ac3df"
Connected to accessibility bus at: "unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-bjkCeNfMKk,guid=8d7ff1b582fb4ebbb1763c30510ac3df"
Registered DEC: true
In the render dialog:
XVid4 is selected (but I've tried others with no better success)
Scanning is Auto
Encoder threads is 1
Export_audio, 2 pass, Rescale, Play after render and overlay are all unchecked.
Full project is selected.
The line that is built in the render dialog is:
acodec=libmp3lame ab=%audiobitrate+'k' ar=44100 vcodec=libxvid minrate=0 vb=%bitrate+'k' aspect=%dar mbd=2 trellis=1 mv4=1 pass=%passes
I am using Kdenlive Version 0.9.2. and Ubuntu 12.10.
I have been using Kdenlive for a week to cut videos and render them into .mp4 files. Until today, I haven't encountered any problem. But today, as I tried to render a project including a title clip with a slide transition, the rendering unfortunately crashed. After trying several things, I have come up to think that the problem arises with the title clip whatever the profile is. Everything is ok when my project don't have any title clip.
Here is the message I got when the file crashed :
Rendering of /home/*/kdenlive/untitled.mpg crashed
[mpeg @ 0x7fd1d00c6ae0] VBV buffer size not set, muxing may fail
melt: /build/buildd/libav-extra-0.8.4ubuntu0.12.10.1/libav/libavcodec/ratecontrol.c:693: ff_rate_estimate_qscale: Assertion `picture_numbernum_entries' failed.
Last but not least, I get a message of "internal error" from Ubuntu everytime I try rendering a file with a title clip.
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Just started with kdenlive... seems pretty great. One slight issue I'm having is that my system seems to go to sleep during rendering, which makes the render not finish overnight. I'd rather not disable sleep, because then my computer won't sleep the entire night after the render is done.
Am I missing something simple? Any tips for Mac OS 10.8
Submitted by racingfoli on Sat, 01/19/2013 - 19:32
I add image on video (PIP) with compsition transition.
I change the size and the position. On the preview, all is good, but on rendering, the image is double and the position is also on double.
If I change size from 50% to 25% and position from 800 to 400, all is good.
You can tell me to change all my setting, but it will be boring isn't it?
I created a project and when I try to render it I get an empty file. I have tried rendering to different formats, tried selective rendering, I am not sure what I am doing wrong. This is my first attempt at creating a video with this program, any advise would be helpful, Thanks.
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