Raffaella Traniello | 1 Aug 12:23 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Hello, Redesign for cinelerra

On Tue, 2009-07-28 at 21:48 -0400, Waseem Nosair wrote:
> If you would like, I can contribute to the Cinelerra project by
> redesigning the website for free.

Hi Waseem!

Thanks for your kind proposal.
I think the time for a website redesign has come.
We accept your offer.

I can be the contact person, I can take care of content reorganization
(if needed) and Cillian can help with some technical support.

We can discuss the details on private e-mails or on the IRC channel
#cinelerra or #cinelerra-web on FreeNode.

Thanks again!

Ciao
Raffaella
Tom Judge | 2 Aug 17:35 2009
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Re: [CinCV] teaching at school: hard/software advice?

Since several people have shown an interest in my writing endeavors if
someone could provide me a place to post them, like a wiki or web site I
would be happy to post what I have created so far to share with others.

otherwise and until then anyone wishing copies could email me
tvjudge@... and I will reply with the pdf attachments

Cheers

Tom Judge

On Thu, 2009-07-30 at 13:45 +0200, Kurt Georg Hooss wrote:
> Fantastic, thanks! Yes please. 8-)
> 
> Also, consider sharing through some Wiki-like platform
> (with a link from the cinelerra documentation page).
> Cheers, Georg
> 
> 
> 
> Am Wednesday 29 July 2009 16:28:13 schrieb Tom Judge:
> > Kurt:
> >
> > I have been working on a Linux Videot's guide book for the use in
> > teaching. If you would like to use some of my material (for free) in
> > your classes let me know and I can email u some pdf to review.
> >
> > Tom Judge
> >
> > On Tue, 2009-07-28 at 17:19 +0200, Kurt Georg Hooss wrote:
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Tom Judge | 2 Aug 17:31 2009
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Re: [CinCV] teaching at school: hard/software advice?

FYI Kurt usinf Fedora I ran into similar issues as you have been dealing
with. Since then I switched to Ubuntu Studio which includes and supports
many other useful A/V applications and Cinelerra installs quite easily
from the Akirad Repository as well. Just a suggestion so perhaps your
students can spend more time being creative and less time trying to hack
in a working version of cinelerra.

Tom Judge

On Thu, 2009-07-30 at 18:11 +0200, Kurt Georg Hooss wrote:
> That's fantastic man, thank you.
> I have tried converting an rpm using alien, did also seemingly succeed
> in installing, but "bash: tovid: command not found" ...
> 
> so yes please, I need 64 bit for testing at home
> but then I might also need 32 bit later on for the machines at school.
> And yes, Debian 5.0 (guess that's Lenny after all).
> 
> Thanks, Georg
> 
> 
> 
> Am Thursday 30 July 2009 17:34:28 schrieb Ichthyostega:
> > > Kurt Georg Hooss schrieb:
> > >> Do I have to compile from source tarball?
> >
> > Ichthyostega schrieb:
> > > personally, I'd first try to get hold of an debian source package,
> > > or alternatively of an ubuntu source package and try to build it
> > > "the debian way".
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Raffaella Traniello | 3 Aug 19:35 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Project using Cinelerra

Hi malefico!

Thanks for your good news.
It's always nice to hear that Cinelerra is helping animators. :-)

I heard some people uses xjadeo and Ardour for sound work instead.
http://xjadeo.sourceforge.net/doc/ 
http://ardour.org/ 

> I would like to know if there are plans to include some sort of
> tree/folder feature for Resources to help organizing stuff. If not, we at
> the studio might be able to start working on such a feature, but I'm
> reluctant to start working on something it's already on its way.

I heard many people dreaming of this feature but none wanting to
implement that. 

I checked your website: it's splendid!
I can't wait to see your work. Please, keep us updated.

Ciao!
Raffaella
malefico | 4 Aug 13:47 2009

Re: [CinCV] Project using Cinelerra

Hey Raffaella tante grazie ! :)

We have been testing Ardour indeed, and plan to use it as well in future 
stages of the project since it works nicely with Blender as well.

It would be interesting if Cinelerra could handle Jack inputs as well.

BTW does anybody know how to handle Panning keyframes ? apparently there 
is no way to actually see them in the timeline as to edit them.

Best regards

malefico.

Raffaella Traniello wrote:
> Hi malefico!
>
> Thanks for your good news.
> It's always nice to hear that Cinelerra is helping animators. :-)
>
> I heard some people uses xjadeo and Ardour for sound work instead.
> http://xjadeo.sourceforge.net/doc/ 
> http://ardour.org/ 
>
>   
>> I would like to know if there are plans to include some sort of
>> tree/folder feature for Resources to help organizing stuff. If not, we at
>> the studio might be able to start working on such a feature, but I'm
>> reluctant to start working on something it's already on its way.
>>     
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Sean M. Pappalardo | 4 Aug 15:16 2009

Re: [CinCV] Project using Cinelerra


malefico wrote:
> BTW does anybody know how to handle Panning keyframes ? apparently there
> is no way to actually see them in the timeline as to edit them.

Are you talking about moving the Camera? Those key frames will show if
you enable them in the View menu.

Sean

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malefico | 4 Aug 18:51 2009

Re: [CinCV] Project using Cinelerra

Oh not those, sorry I should have made myself clearer. I meant the panning
of audio channel. I keyed some panning from one channel to the other and
even when I see the motion in realtime (a moving cross between the
speakers) I can't see where the keys are.

Thanks anyway !

malefico.
>
>
> malefico wrote:
>> BTW does anybody know how to handle Panning keyframes ? apparently there
>> is no way to actually see them in the timeline as to edit them.
>
> Are you talking about moving the Camera? Those key frames will show if
> you enable them in the View menu.
>
> Sean
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Randolph | 5 Aug 00:15 2009

[CinCV] Video: Phantom, Kiss the Girl

Can be found at youtube or your fav video server:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5o8J5k-tlY

Let me know if it's too much. Thanks in advance!

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Norval Watson | 5 Aug 00:50 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Project using Cinelerra

> BTW does anybody know how to handle Panning keyframes ? apparently there is no 

> way to actually see them in the timeline as to edit them.

If you enable Camera or Projector X co-ordinates in the "View" dialog drop-down, you can manipulate X
keyframes, and hence Panning, in the timeline..
HTH
Norv

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jilt | 5 Aug 09:04 2009
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Re: [CinCV] Project using Cinelerra


malefico@... wrote:

> even when I see the motion in realtime (a moving cross between the
> speakers) I can't see where the keys are.
> 

Ciao malefico, here is a bezier patch that surely works on cin 2.1 CV
and that should let you see what you don't see by now in the timeline:

http://ichthyostega.de/cinelerra/bezier-patch/

Honestly don't know if it's what you where searching for but I think you
could find out that just by reading the documentation.

I'm so interested on blender's sequence editor, I don't like the way cin
behaves with still images (gimp's animation), and I'll have a try with
blender's sequence editor to compare the two software functionalities...

ciao
jilt

Gmane