Ubuntu 9.04, replicated on two computers, kdenlive .75, all updates done.
I have a video of a man playing a flute that I have cut up for a video. Video capture was done with kino, although kdenlive was also used to test at one point. The audio is relatively quiet, as the flute has a large dynamic range, so it is not peaking. However, on really high notes the audio get crackly, as if it is clipping.
After reading through the bug database, I tried to play the file through ffplay, and there are no audio issues there, nor through kino.
I have tried it with normalization for thumbs on and off, recapturing the file, and on multiple comps. I have also been trying to get a good liveusb to test it on a different distro, but there have been problems with persistence, and the kdenlive debian link no longer works.
I would have been ok if I just had an edl, but there doesn't seem to be a function to get the edl so I can cut the audio in another program.
This is a rather time sensitive project, and I finished all the cuts before I realized it was an internal kdenlive error.
Anyone out there with ideas?