Video Editor Kdenlive - "Looks promising", but...
Just wanted to say that I was hunting down video editing software - simply because I wanted to post a video on youtube. After tons of time passed, I tried several "solutions": Avidemux, LiVES, Cinelerra, etc. etc. The list goes on for days.. ok, not really but whatever. So I decided to try Kdenlive after reading about it. They are seriously on the right track (developers), but it still has major problems. My need is to have a pre-created video file (in AVI format) sitting pretty in my home folder, and on a time-line combine a simple audio track (mp3), thus creating the same video but with a soundtrack. I cannot do this with the other programs I've tried. But with Kdenlive I actually got this quasi-accomplished - with the exception of the fact that the program actually crashes X and knocks me back to my login window.
Sidenote: I had my sessions set to be recorded on exit, so everytime I logged in there Kdenlive sat staring at me with that stupid message window about crashing and wanting to know if I wanted to try to restore it. Yes? No? Close the freaking window? -- Doesn't matter, it crashes anyway, kicking me back out to login again. hahaha
I'm getting pwned by video editing.
I managed to get it to stop, and I even deleted the files from the project and can get the program working again, but I'm hesitant to try it again. *sigh*
Ubuntu Hardy - Gnome
Questions? Comments? Snide remarks? I'm all ears.. or eyes.. or whatever..
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-Maynard James Keenan