Keeping to the subject of stabilization in MLT, integration in kdenlive, ;-) I'm more than happy to test with a number of video formats I use but I really have had little success building from source in the past and this is why I find sunabs svn PPA such a blessing. But I do realize this is Ubuntu only.
What version of ffmpeg should a builder be using? Mine's from ffmpeg git presently.**EDIT** Removed and now using 0.7.2-4:0.7.2-1ubuntu1 :-)
I'm not a KDE fan so really don't want tons of KDE development libraries on my machine if possible especially as I'm going to be adding all this for nothing more than a small gui addition in kdenlive everything else already resides on my machine from sunabs PPA.
Is it possible to have both the stabilize branch and git PPA resident on a machine?
As I already have a 'working' MLT with the stabilize functions (stable or unstable as they may be) in it and it's only the access to the kdenlive gui missing is there no simple way to have this as a tick box inclusion / omit in the svn kdenlive preferences as a temporary measure and WARNING message against it like the threads whatnot already there, that way access to the stabilize functions for testing is open to a wider audience than those willing to compile a separate branch.
Stabilization is a long awaited 'feature' for kdenlive, with an active and willing developer, thanks marco. :-) Be good to see help for users to push the testing of this, to get it into kdenlive.
@betaversion, sorry I missed your previous query to me, my apologies for not responding.