[Cin] Bump Autos + other checked into GIT

Rafa Mar Multimedia en Gnu\Linux rafamar.mm.ig at gmail.com
Thu Aug 27 10:50:51 CEST 2020

I don't know about programming, so my recommendations may be totally wrong.

Cinelerra is very good, but it lacks a well-functioning time-shift wizard.
Today this effect is widely used.

ReframeRT could be a starting point, but it is not the typical effect that
a technician looks for. I really like the Premieres assistant and also the
Sony Vegas assistant, which are the editors I know best.

Thank you very much for commenting on your experience Igor.

El jue., 27 ago. 2020 a las 9:46, Igor BEGHETTO via Cin (<
cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org>) escribió:

> RafaMar wrote:
> ...but I think it would be easier with an effect that instead of acting on
> the track acts on a single clip. A clip that we can define with cuts if we
> only want to change the speed to a fragment of it.
> Yes, I also thought the same thing. If were possible tecnically, it would
> be better and easier from point of view of an user.
> Another NLE, Lightworks_14, had done a good solution for me. Each track
> has a Speed text field that shows the speed of the clip where the cursor is
> on. When you change the speed of a clip, that clip will have that speed;
> you can not to do Speed ramp, for example.
> In these days I am working on a Project that needs Speed fetures. To do
> that I use both ReframeRT and F_tmix plugins to create a fake SlowMotion
> (with Optical Flow) and then, with the Nest feature, I put the ClipSpeed in
> the Timeline. For some clips I have to use ffmpeg by command line and using
> "minterpolate" option to made OpticalFlow. Maybe there is Optical Flow in
> Cinelerra-gg but I do not know where. If anyone knows, He/She is welcome,
> please.
> I use Nest to avoid sync problem with the other edits on the Timeline when
> I use ReframeRT for the speed.
> I hope GG can make the Speed tool work well.
> (Ooops, I wrote here but this it Forum stuff. Sorry)
> IgorBeg
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