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How to Import Panasonic/Canon MXF to Avid Xpress Pro HD on Mac
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I've been using kdnelive for a project for some time, but recently, I've been facing a problem with it's audio rendering.
In the output video if there's a space between 2 audio clips (named x and y, x placed before y in the timeline), then in the rended file, the empty space, instead of being silent repeats the last few milliseconds of the clip x all along the white space. This 'noise' is gone once clip y starts.
Using kdenlive 9.2 with mlt 0.7.8; I also tried 0.8.2 with no difference.
Submitted by bbsvideoedit on Thu, 11/01/2012 - 12:41
Hi guys ,
i have been using kdenlive for sometime , recently i installed ubuntu 12.04 and installed kdenlive from software center.
after i add titles (just plain one without any effects) render progress bar goes from 0 to 100% in a flash and output file is 0kb.
but when i remove those titles i get the expected result that is a video without any text titles.
i believe this is something to do with rendering. and i am lost on resolving this.
Edit Panasonic Camcorder video with Final Cut Express may be the many Mac users' requires, but when you import Panasonic video into FCE you will find the FCE doesn't accept it sometimes. So if you wanna edit Panasonic video with FCE you need to convert Panasonic video to FCE support format first and then import Panasonic video into FCE for editing!
When rendering a single 3 second MTS clip to avi or .h264 the waiting time, at the start of render, is about 40 seconds and a single core is running at 100%. When rendering starts it takes about a minute to render. This is so much longer than it used to be, especially on a 6 core 3.2 Ghz machine.
This happened once before, but it sort disappeared after a couple of updates.
I've got .wmv file with 3 minutes duration. This file has ~12MB size. When I put this video to Kdenlive and render this file (with no changes eg. adding effects etc) with option to .wmv (in render window), file after rendering has ~27MB. When I do the same thing (with the same file) in vegas video, file has ~13MB.
Question: How to reduce this .wmv file size in Kdenlive to have similar file size like in vegas?
Settings of my .wmv codec:
acodec=libmp3lame ab=128k ar=44100 ac=2 vcodec=wmv1 minrate=0 vb=%bitrate+'k' aspect=%dar pass=%passes
Video bitrate from menu: 1000k
FFmpeg version SVN-r0.5.9-4:0.5.9-0ubuntu0.10.04.1, Copyright (c) 2000-2009 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
Submitted by joshdmiller on Fri, 10/26/2012 - 22:23
When I render a video to Theora or WebM, there is no included audio track. mplayer says "Audio: no sound" when playing the resulting clip. No errors are reported in the application nor to stdout/stderr.
The audio plays when using the Project Monitor from within the application and rendering to mp4 includes the audio.
I am running Arch Linux with kdenlive 0.9.2. I have all the ladspa plugins available in the repos (cmt, calf, swh) and ffmpeg2theora installed as well.
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Submitted by joshdmiller on Fri, 10/26/2012 - 03:00
I have a simple animation of 3 seconds at 30fps for a total of 90 frames at 1280x720. I have inspected the files and they are correct. Rendering the animation with mencoder gives the correct animation:
When I add this into a kdenlive project with the profile "HD 720p 30 fps" as a slideshow, the last few frames of the animation are cut out. The new slideshow dialog shows all frames, selected from the pattern "frame.%04d.png", from frame.0000.png to frame.0089.png, and lists its length at 3 seconds. When I add it to the timeline, it shows as three seconds. Under "Clip Properties" it shows "Duration: 00:00:03:00" and "Frame Duration: 00:00:00:01" - exactly as it should. However, when I render it to any profile, it does not display the last few frames.
Submitted by jef.moreira on Tue, 10/23/2012 - 00:11
I have one problem, my kdenlive don't export in some formats like, h.264, mp4, xivd
and show me one alert said-me "codec no suported" (in portuguese) I don't know how I need install, yesterday I install all plugins in Ubuntu 12.10, and nothing...
Somebody help me???
today I looking for here in the forum, but don't see nothing about this
(If have some post in somewhere, I'm sorry, but I don't see)