Submitted by sdowney717 on Thu, 01/03/2013 - 15:05
Or is that other data gone forever.
Is there any disadvantage or advantage to deinterlacing?
I see many players can now deinterlace real time as they play video.
Digital TV I think also can deinterlace realtime or do not need deinterlacing.
movie player totem, vlc, smplayer do that.
Does WMP deinterlace real time?
Does this really only matter to some older TV or older software?
When I try to render my project my computer is switched off unexpectedly.
I tried to divide my project to two and I managed to render it by this way.
But now I faced with this problem again - I can't render the first half of my project.
After approximately 10 minutes my computer is shut down.
I tried to render it by script generated by kdenlive, but result is the same.
My system is openSuSE 12.2 AMD 64 bit
I am new to kdenlive. I have created a few videos so far. They rendered no problem to h.264 1920x1080. Then.... i spent hours working on a large project. When I render it, it keeps rescaling to 320x200. I haven't changed the settings or profile settings since last video. I want it to render a h.264 video in full 1920x1080 but it keeps dropping to 320x200. I checked all the settings I can find to find the problem. I'm stumped.
Submitted by RideABikeNC on Fri, 12/28/2012 - 03:23
So I have put together a video for my business's YT channel. In the project, I have a .kdenlive file as an intro, a couple short music clips, and 2 video clips. Effects are nothing crazy - some pan/zoom, some fade in/out, and I have one of the title clips composited over the whole thing as a watermark. When I render, the output file is black and says "INVALID" in large white letters.
I have played with this for several hours over the last few nights, and have narrowed it down a bit. If I remove just the composited watermark title clip, it will almost work. I can render a selection and it works perfectly. If I render the whole project, the output shows "INVALID" on top of the functioning video! Strange. So why would parts render properly, but not the whole thing? Removing other files and clips don't make any difference.
Are there any log files that would offer some insight to this rediculously frustrating issue that shouldn't be?