Submitted by sdowney717 on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 01:31
I have no idea. I did a lot of googling and lots of talk about what it is in ffmpeg and not much examples. Lots of people wanted to use cbr and examples for that were given.
I want VBR on my encodes.
Does anyone use the kdenlive gui? I get the feeling people use a lot of commandline.
Here is what I have for encoding from that.
This does 3000 bit something, I have no idea if it is variable or constant.
I'm using Ubuntu 12.10 64bits, and no render are happening - all are failing, although it was working before (1 month ago).
I de-installed, re-installed, no improvement.
I read on the forum that sometimes it works if you start kdenlive in root mode.
And effectively, it works, the rendering is starting again!
Anyone can advise what happenned?
Hey, i messed up a mayor issue... i used a profile of 720 hd 30 fps when it should be 29,97.... i could render it to a mp4 file and upload it to a youtube, though today i had to project it in stage and neither windows or linux respected the flow of the video... then it was that i understood my mistake. The thing is now i can't export the video... and i would like to have a hint on which would be the smartest way to proceed.
This is the output it gives me exporting to .vob (i think of this format being very versatile... i am so in a hurry that quality doesn't matter that much...)
Rendering of /home/felipe/Videos/limo voces.vob crashed
[wav @ 0x93e92c0] max_analyze_duration 5000000 reached at 5001333
[wav @ 0x93f0de0] max_analyze_duration 5000000 reached at 5001333
[mp3 @ 0x94335c0] max_analyze_duration 5000000 reached at 5015510 [mp3 @ 0x94335c0] Estimating duration from bitrate, this may be inaccurate
I have a project consisting of a video and some partially transparent images, which are screenshots from that video edited in Gimp and made transparent everywhere but the places I edited.
There's the usual issue with colorspaces, that is, when images are imported into timeline with Composite transition, their colors become dull as in http://www.kdenlive.org/forum/problem-video-colors. In my particular case, "Full luma range" option on images does nothing. When this option is applied to the video, it similarly distorts video colors, so that colors between images and video (almost) match.
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?