[Cin] August Monthly Builds now available on cinelerra-gg.org

Andrew Randrianasulu randrianasulu at gmail.com
Tue Sep 1 07:09:45 CEST 2020

В сообщении от Tuesday 01 September 2020 02:30:07 Phyllis Smith via Cin написал(а):
> There are new binaries for the latest version of cinelerra gg at:
>     https://cinelerra-gg.org/download/
> as well as the releasenotes.pdf.  

Build for Rosa Linux (x86_64) completed:


You can find there rpm and debuginfo rpm files, sha256 checksums, and 
updated Russian translation (but I did it at 5-7am, so be aware about possible bugs!)

0eedc02bbd369b9fa32ba3cf49a2c868fe948bb8cd549248eb93cf3a188b21e5  cinelerra-5.1-20200831-rosa2016.1.x86_64.rpm
bee7ac827827fa42899dccc8709a7cde133d498cfaf193f7026b550169cbd7ae  cinelerra-debuginfo-5.1-20200831-rosa2016.1.x86_64.rpm

> The release notes contain the known bug 
> and workaround.
> The manual is currently undergoing major reorganization by Andrea so in
> order to avoid interference is not being modified until this effort is
> complete.
> 2 of the lesser used distros information: Gentoo did not build but
> Tumbleweed did.
> Text version of release notes is below.
> *Cinelerra-GG (Version Infinity)  Release Notes for 08/01/2020-08/31/2020
> for builds*
> *Special thanks to Andrew, Andrea, Houku, IgorBeg, and RafaMar for testing*
> this month, especially of the speed fixes and Auto Bumps as Phyllis was
> unable to do so.
> *Release contains a known bug with a workaround.*  Clear Keyframes in some
> cases does not delete the right keyframes. The verified workaround is to
> turn on/off "keyframes follow edits” when this error could surface.  It
> will be fixed as soon as possible and will be correct in next month’s
> release.
> 1. *Bump float Autos* feature has been added which provides a good solution
> for adding speed to a
>     selection, like an edit, as well as some nice useful applications to
> the camera, projector, etc.
>    Temporary document/explanation is at:
> https://cinelerra-gg.org/download/testing/bump_autos.pdf .
>    A new “Create Keyframes”option for a selection area under the Keyframes
> pulldown was added.
> 2. Upgraded operating system distros on the build computers.
> 3. *Changed behavior:*
>     Shortcut for Undo is “z” as originally + *Ctrl-z* so that new users are
> less confused.  Because Ctrl-z
>        was already in use with the middle mouse button on a track for “Cut
> Pack”, that was changed to
>        Ctrl-Alt-z (video - Top 8 open source video editor – by Nice Micro).
>     Shortcut for Save is “s” as originally + *Ctrl-s* so that new users are
> less confused.  Because Ctrl-s
>        was already in use under the Settings pulldown for Save settings
> now, that was changed to Ctrl-
>        Shift-S (forum - Ideas for UI Modifications (Improvements?) - note
> by Tupper).
> 4. *Usability Improvements:*
>     *Language preference* is now available in the pulldown
> Settings→Preferences, Appearance tab on
>       the left hand side to make it easy to have CinGG always start in the
> user’s preferred language (BT
>       #113 by MatN and Gerd via mailing list).  Note that the only current
> choices are the ones that I am
>       quite sure are actually being used.  You can still set the
> environment variable LANGUAGE for
>       other translations like Slovenia, Chinese, Portuguese, etc and if
> requested, we will add another
>       possible translation in but they have not been updated in a long time
> and are only done via an
>       automatic translator with no personal corrections done.
>     Ydiff was upgraded to work for rgb/yuv and 16 bit depth.  This was done
> in order to better analyze
>        the problem in the forum of “Loss of detail” by dejay.
>     *Prores format* for rendering was modified to use a default of
> “profile=3” for High Quality instead of
>        the original “profile=2”.  I will take longer to render and produce
> a larger file but the quality
>        difference is certainly better with a ydiff difference of only 1.7
> versus 7.7.  This is again in
>        reference to the forum “Loss of detail” by dejay.
>     *Default settings for new configuration* setup in $HOME/.bcast5 have
> been changed.  This does
>        not affect any currently existing setups.  Changes include default
> Load Mode, Click to
>        Activate/Deactivate Focus, and Clear Toggles (Sam suggestion to
> align with user expectations)
>        now is 0) and Size (was 24 and now 48).  More video is of bigger
> width and height and it was
>        difficult to even see the smaller characters the first time
> (suggestion from Andrea).
>     Time-reference metadata value that showed up in Audio examples has been
> added as necessary for
>       “Align Timecodes” (Katacuts supplied examples).
>     Updated es.po Spanish (thanks to RafaMar as he has faithfully been
> providing for months now).
>     A new feature is *drag speed highlight*s; it is quite useful because it
> shows you the change that the
>       speed up/down will make to the timeline while moving and then drops
> it there when you let up on
>       the mouse.
>     *Multiple edit selection* capability has been added.
> 5. *Bugs/Issues Fixed:*
>     Auto-Rotate for ffmpeg video was not working with hardware vaapi/vdpau
> devices.  Had to rework
>       ffmpeg a/v filter setup and hw decode with vid filters (notified by
> Ig0r in the forum).
>    Speed Auto edit cuts resulted in incorrect results.  This has been fixed
> as far as we have been able to
>       test.  A note about usage is:  “ When working with edits and the
> speed auto, if you make a "cut" in a
>      section, the speed curve values should not change over the remaining
> playable edits.  It is possible to
>      easily add "disjoint" curve points at the boundaries of the edit to
> preserve the curve shape (houku
>      BT #477).
>    Paste automation tweaks; undo fixes and tweaks for undo commit logic.
>    Normalize speed follows (for example plugins/labels) enhancement.
>    Update shortcuts to reflect changes and make some corrections.
>    A fix was added to the video code interface with ffmpeg in order to make
> F_minterpolate functional.
>       Although it will now work single-threaded, it is slow and does not
> seek so using the command line
>       may be a much better way to go (IgorBeg suggestion). Anyway as a
> result there are now an
>       additional 7 more usable ffmpeg plugins available (Andrea went
> through the set to find these).
>    Bug fix for get_auto_at_position equivalence test.

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