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0002011KdenliveEffectspublic2011-02-08 16:492011-03-15 04:27
Reporterdocbill 
Assigned To 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
StatusfeedbackResolutionopen 
Platformx86_64OSFedoraOS Version14
Product Version0.7.7.1 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0002011: Cannot show cropped pan and scan clipped region on the right
DescriptionThe box for pan and scan is always at the aspect ratio for the output video. If you have a video source that is either a different aspect ratio, or has been clipped to a different aspect ratio, there seems to be no way to show it aligned
to the left. The pan and scan window of course can be aligned to the right. But the video is always shown on the left side of that window.

The pan & scan window seems to be resizeable with the mouse, but the control is too imprecise to obtain the correct aspect ratio. Also, my attempts at resize the pan & scan window has crashed kdenlive every time.
Steps To Reproduce1. Create a project with two video tracks, the first one in a 4:3 source, the second a 16:9 video source.
2. Add the pan & scan to the first video source.
3. Set the size to 50%, and align to the right.
4. Add a composite transition between the two clips.
5. View the results.
6. Try adjusting the pan & scan to compensate. e.g. move it further to the right.
7. View the results.
Additional InformationStrangely enough, before I add the composite transition the pan & scan centers the clip in the pan & scan region. After the composite transition is added it becomes aligned to the left.

I've been trying to figure out a good workaround for this problem, but I haven't thought of one.
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-  Notes
(0006537)
ttill (developer)
2011-03-04 23:29

The Pan & Zoom GUI has improved in 0.7.8
(0006580)
ddennedy (developer)
2011-03-15 04:27

Also, it is not a good idea to combine Pan and Zoom with Composite Transition. Instead, just use the Affine transition because Pan and Zoom is just a simplified and non-transition version of Affine.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2011-02-08 16:49 docbill New Issue
2011-03-04 23:29 ttill Note Added: 0006537
2011-03-04 23:29 ttill Assigned To => ttill
2011-03-04 23:29 ttill Status new => feedback
2011-03-04 23:29 ttill Assigned To ttill =>
2011-03-15 04:27 ddennedy Note Added: 0006580


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