Chris Faulkner | 1 Mar 01:05 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Cinelerra quits on play

This is an unadulterated file from my DV camera via Firewire.  I don't think this is compressed at all.  I'm just not sure why Cinelerra is crashing...

On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 5:24 PM, E Chalaron <e.chalaron-kGM0oXzJM5p02iOg2JU2CQ@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Chris
It should not be the reason, I play files over 50 GB without a single
problem.
However they are uncompressed files in 422 or 444.
Cheers
E

Chris Faulkner wrote:
> Now, I admit, I have a rather large file (13GB Video file) and that's
> probably the problem.  I prolly could try it with a smaller program to
> see if it will work right, but here is the error message I get in a
> console:
>
> --- SNIP ---
>

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Ichthyostega | 1 Mar 11:20 2009
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[CinCV] compiling Cinelerra on Ubuntu

James Cook schrieb:
> I reinstalled cinelerra from the akirad repository, ....
> So I guess I dont _need_ to compile from source after all.

Hi,

....and let me add the following: even if someone is desperate
to compile cinelerra from source (maybe because he wants to patch
her), if you are on ubuntu (or even debian), its always a good idea
to use a well maintained package like currently the akirad packages.

You can always recompile a debian (or ubuntu) package from source,
which has two distinct advantages over compling "the hard way":
- you can use the package manager to resolve the build dependencies
- your self-compiled software becomes a first-class citizen and also
  can be replaced/removed from the system cleanly using the package
  manager.

How?
- get the NAME.orig.tar.gz, NAME.diff.gz and NAME.dsc from the repository
- dpkg-source -x NAME.dsc
- dpkg-source -b NAME
and then install the resulting *deb packages with sudo dpkg -i XXX.deb

from within the build directory you can check the build dependencies
with dpkg-checkbuilddeps

To get the basic capability of compiling on a debian system:

sudo apt-get install build-essential

hope that helps,
Cheers,
Hermann
Andreas Hermann Braml | 1 Mar 02:25 2009

Re: [CinCV] Re: Problem compiling Cinelerra on Ubuntu Hardy

Hi!

Am Samstag 28 Februar 2009 22:45:44 schrieb James Cook:
> Would there be any other benefit to compiling from source?  Someone
> mentioned that ffmpeg is crippled in ubuntu hardy.  Would you
> recommend installing a different version of ffmpeg?

You might try the one from Medibuntu.
deb http://packages.medibuntu.org/ hardy free non-free

But _only_ when you come to the point where the Hardy packages of FFMPEG lack 
some codec you desperately need. As long as it does what you want, better 
stick with the package that comes with Hardy.
That's just my experience, you may have radically different needs.

Yours,
pseudoruprecht
Jose Legido | 1 Mar 18:09 2009

[CinCV] Working with HD

hello! I want to edit hd video (.mts extension) with cinelerra.
I have a canon HG21 with hard disk that saves directly .mts files with
H264 codec

I try to convert mts to avi with kino, m2tstoavi script and another
command lines without good results. What's the best way to work with
HD in Cinelerra?
First transcode to dv?
Thanks!
bugzilla | 1 Mar 20:14 2009

[CinCV] [Bug 323] progress dialog hangs when loading *.mpeg file

http://bugs.cinelerra.org/show_bug.cgi?id=323

frases@... changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|RESOLVED                    |REOPENED
         Resolution|FIXED                       |

------- Comment #2 from frases@...  2009-03-01 20:14 +2 -------
Guys,
I get hangs when I try to load more than four MPEG-TS files at a time.  I need
to break out of the Cinelerra process (CTRL-C) and then restart.
scott

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bugzilla | 1 Mar 20:18 2009

[CinCV] [Bug 323] progress dialog hangs when loading *.mpeg file

http://bugs.cinelerra.org/show_bug.cgi?id=323

------- Comment #3 from frases@...  2009-03-01 20:18 +2 -------
Forgot to mention I am on Fedora 10, x86-64.  I should clarify that Cinelerra
hangs on loading more than four files of almost any media type.  Here are the
ones I've tried:
- MPEG-TS videos
- JPEG quicktime videos
- H264 quicktime videos

My workaround is to select less than four files to load at a time.
scott  

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E Chalaron | 2 Mar 00:54 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Cinelerra quits on play

Dv files are compressed, not a lot but they are. Did you compile form SVN ? or used external libs ?
E

Chris Faulkner wrote:
This is an unadulterated file from my DV camera via Firewire.  I don't think this is compressed at all.  I'm just not sure why Cinelerra is crashing...

On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 5:24 PM, E Chalaron <e.chalaron-kGM0oXzJM5p02iOg2JU2CQ@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Chris
It should not be the reason, I play files over 50 GB without a single
problem.
However they are uncompressed files in 422 or 444.
Cheers
E

Chris Faulkner wrote:
> Now, I admit, I have a rather large file (13GB Video file) and that's
> probably the problem.  I prolly could try it with a smaller program to
> see if it will work right, but here is the error message I get in a
> console:
>
> --- SNIP ---
>

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Terje J. Hanssen | 2 Mar 10:41 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Importing H.264 AVI for editing and DVD


On 2009-02-28 Terje J. Hanssen wrote

>>
>>> I can playback this 1280x720 H.264 AVI clip with Xine on openSUSE 11.1
>>> in fullscreen mode on a 1920x1200 display. Gnome Mplayer also worked in
>>> normal mode, but didn't playback fullscreen video (dual window, one
>>> statical)
>>>
>>> Cinelerra File>Load files.. was not able to determine the format of this
>>> H.264 AVI clip, at least not with the default settings.
>>>
>>> Q1) Is it neccessary to convert or 'transcode' the clip with other tools
>>> first or use especial settings in Cinelerra before loading and
>>> editing ??
>>>
>>> Q2) And for DVD?

I've done the following steps so far:

First, to get an overview of the H.264 AVI clip format:

ffmpeg -i clip0021.avi
.........
Input #0, avi, from 'clip0021.avi':
 Duration: 00:01:41.76, start: 0.000000, bitrate: 4242 kb/s
   Stream #0.0: Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 30.00 tb(r)
   Stream #0.1: Audio: adpcm_ms, 22050 Hz, mono, s16, 88 kb/s

1) Converted to MPEG2 1280x720p (by modifying the dvd video template)

ffmpeg -i clip0021.avi -target pal-dvd -s 1280x720 clip0021_1280x720.mpg

2 a) Converted to DVD video 720x576 PAL (by cropping both sides)

ffmpeg -i clip0021.avi -cropleft 160 -cropright 160 -target pal-dvd
-aspect 4:3 clip0021.mpg

2 b) Converted to DVD video 720x576 PAL (by adding black panels on top
and bottom, wide letterbox)

ffmpeg -i clip0021.avi -target pal-dvd -s 720x404 -padtop 86 -padbottom
86 clip0021_ltrbox.mpg

I would like to get comments, possibly other suggestions to the above !!!!!!

Rgds,
Terje
Scott C. Frase | 2 Mar 18:06 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Working with HD

On Sun, 2009-03-01 at 18:09 +0100, Jose Legido wrote:
> hello! I want to edit hd video (.mts extension) with cinelerra.
> I have a canon HG21 with hard disk that saves directly .mts files with
> H264 codec

Jose,
Everyone's workflow is different, but Quicktime and MPEG container
formats are the most compatible with Cinelerra:
http://crazedmuleproductions.blogspot.com/2008/12/fedora-10-x86-64-compability-chart.html

My own workflow looks something like this:
http://crazedmuleproductions.blogspot.com/2009/02/dark-of-winter-has-me-in-its-grasp.html#mpegts

There are some folks on this list who have the older Canon HV20 and they
could probably lead you to a more exact solution.

I see from a google search on "cinelerra hv20 conversion", the first
link may be useful to you:
http://www.google.com/search?q=cinelerra+hv20
+conversion&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

After doing your research, if you are still have difficulty, you could
post a very short (<10sec) clip somewhere on the web and we could take a
look at it for you.

scott
Thiago Guagliardo Klohn | 2 Mar 19:24 2009
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[CinCV] xml into .avi or .mov

<!-- <at> page { margin: 2cm } P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm } -->

I'd like to know if it's possible to take a '.xml' video that I have edited and save it in '.avi' or '.mov' simply by using the key "save as". I have Cinelerra manual and there it says that before saving a video if I don't choose an extension, it'll automatically save as '.xml', but as matter of fact, it doesn't really matter if I choose an extension on my own, it still saving everything as '.xml'. For example:


I have a video, let supose, called "birds1.mov". Then I edit it and after I go to the "save as" key and type on the top window "bird1.mov" - because I want to save it as '.mov'. But then, after clicking ok, it shows up as saved as "bird1.mov.xml". Why? How can have it the way I want? Is it a bug or a problem because I'm a Kubuntu 7.10 user?






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