[Cin] Ungrouping of video and audio clips after some edits
xtu360 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 05:33:07 CET 2019
Oh shoot. If only I had RTFM'd. Thanks for pointing that out. I've only
read the first few sections before exploring by trial and error, as one
By the way, thanks for all the work you and everyone else has done. I
remember using cinelerra-cv a few years ago and not being completely
satisfied as far as stability was concerned. While it isn't -gg's primary
focus, it seems to work pretty well. A good NLE was the only thing keeping
me from away from Linux.
On Tue, Jan 1, 2019 at 8:05 PM Good Guy <good1.2guy at gmail.com> wrote:
> It is working as it was intended. The original hv version of cinelerra
> exhibits this behavior.
> That is, the drag selection is all armed tracks that are aligned under the
> cursor at the
> drag start. When a track is disarmed, it is not modified and the timeline
> association is lost.
> There is an editing function in the "edit" pulldown menu called "align
> edits" that I use to
> re-align edits, but I agree that it is not always easy or convenient to do
> Just yesterday, the latest build was pushed. It contains a new feature
> (that is still being
> engineered, and some changes may occur soon) which allows you to create
> or more permanent clip associations as "groups". See Features5.pdf,
> section 47.
> If you do try this new version, and think you have any valuable
> suggestions, let us know
> since the new feature is still being finalized.
> On Tue, Jan 1, 2019 at 8:38 PM Xing Tu <xtu360 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It'd probably be easier to just show what's going on. Here's a short
>> video https://youtu.be/QOSCdSH4Szc. Would this be considered a bug?
>> Maybe there's some way around it... but it shouldn't be the default
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