|Description||My use case is creating a presentation with slide images and audio narration, or by overlaying slide images over a speaker's video. I'd like to cut some portions of the audio or the video, while the slides are on display. With this goal in mind, I'd like to propose a suggestion for Kdenlive.|
I'm a big fan of an MP3 editing tool called mp3DirectCut, in part thanks to a very useful group of features (UI elements) for removing an unwanted portion from the audio.
First, there are controls to move the zone start (or end) one frame forward or one frame back. AFAIK, this can be done with sufficient precision in Kdenlive only by zooming in a lot and dragging the edges.
Second, there's the ability to preview *as if* the zone were cut. For audio, this is very useful because cutting at most frame boundaries will result in an audio artifact, but fine tuning the boundaries can eliminate that.
The attached screenshot should help.