[Cin] How do I crop a picture-in-picture?
cinelerra at posteo.de
Sun Apr 19 00:43:58 CEST 2020
I like the idea with the very short videos. The longer I think about it
the better I like the idea. With short videos you don't need long intros
or time-consuming explanations, you get straight to the point.
Nevertheless I would not like to distribute it on several different
channels, but to bundle it on one channel. Let's be honest, we won't
reach the masses with a niche product like with other mass software.
Therefore it makes sense to bundle our common work to give new users a
starting point. The Cinelerra-GG YouTube community channel already
exists, we just have to fill it with content. In my opinion it doesn't
make sense to work with unofficial and official channels, the content
always comes from the community anyway. It would make sense to work with
playlists and then bundle these small short videos of contributors there.
Of course, everyone is free to create videos for his own channel, we
encourage artists and video makers to do so, so there is no obligation
to work with us, but it would be good to join forces with these smaller
videos, because it would certainly benefit the project and ultimately
all of us. As Igor also said, we can use some of his videos, so I think
it makes sense to upload them to the already existing Cinelerra-GG channel.
It's just my humble opinion on this subject.
Am 18.04.20 um 23:19 schrieb Rafa Mar Multimedia en Gnu\Linux:
> I was precisely referring to an informal channel.
> I don't know if you saw my proposal on this mailing list.
> The idea was basically to create a YouTube channel, it just occurred
> to me that its name could be, Informal Cinfinity.
> In order to upload the useful videos, which we use to respond to a
> user when they have their doubts.
> Mute videos, even without music, so that other users can quickly solve
> a question.
> For this I quoted videos of 2 minutes maximum duration.
> The only important thing in this case would be the title.
> I watch young people today, when they have a problem, they run away
> from 10-minute videos ... you have to be very good to make a video of
> more than 3 minutes and capture people's attention to the end. I make
> long video tutorials ... until one day to respond to a person I made a
> quick video, without a header, or decorations, or even music, it was
> about kdenlive ... it's the one people tell me the most they liked it.
> I removed it from the channel because kdenlive stopped liking me.
> As I said before, it could be Cinfinity's informal channel.
> El sáb., 18 abr. 2020 a las 20:50, Sam (<cinelerra at posteo.de
> <mailto:cinelerra at posteo.de>>) escribió:
> I would appreciate it if you would like to add videos to our
> official channel, regardless of your own channel, in case there is
> a video left. If people still prefer to fill their own channel
> with Cinelerra-GG videos, it's up to them. This offer is a
> voluntary option that we want to offer you.
> It's just important to me that it has a minimum of quality. That
> means a nice intro with the Cinfinity logo and nice background
> music. I want to give the new user a visual aesthetic enjoyment.
> As a designer I probably pay more attention to such things
> If you want to participate, you'll get an invitation from me and
> can then upload these videos directly to the official Cinelerra-GG
> YouTube channel. The only important thing is that no rights are
> violated on video and audio material, then it should be no
> problem. If videos are uploaded, then only under a free license,
> because we are not a commercial enterprise, but a free open source
> community. If you would like to fill the channel, you are welcome
> to do so and of course you can also immortalize yourself as an
> author in the videos.
> Please let us know who is interested in co-managing this channel.
> Best would be two volunteers, so that we always have a reserve in
> case someone has other obligations. It would also be helpful if
> these volunteers could answer to some comments from time to time.
> I would then officially name these new co-responsibles for the
> YouTube channel on our supporters page, if it's okay for them.
> However, everyone can contribute and provide videos.
> Thanks for your support.
> Am 18.04.20 um 13:03 schrieb Andrea paz:
>> There would already be a Youtube channel of CinGG; that's the one
>> where Sam uploaded his beautiful Intro.
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