[Cin] Fade black flash
cinelerra at posteo.de
Tue Mar 9 01:41:55 CET 2021
I vaguely remember such a similar case, but it was a very long time ago,
hence this old work around with the fade line.
However, after trying to reproduce this problem currently, I have not
succeeded. It runs fine every time, just like Phyllis, without the
problem you describe.
My question to you. Which Cinelerra version are you using? Can you show
a screenshot or short video of your timeline scenario and what
parameters are set on your end so we can better reproduce the error?
Maybe we missed a setting you are doing and with an exact match of the
setting we can reproduce this issue. Thanks in advance.
Am 09.03.21 um 00:48 schrieb Phyllis Smith via Cin:
> Honestly, I never see a flash and I have tried several variations
> based on your description with the "fade in text parameter" being the
> easiest. I did do a recording of it and planned to show that but the
> recording does not do a precise capture job so you can not tell it is
> working correctly. There was no flash when playing at normal speed
> and then I tried single stepping and still no flash.
> I will try attaching a screenshot of how to set this up easily with
> the hopes that you can try that. Basically, I just created about 3
> seconds of nothing and added a Title plugin making sure to set the
> Fade parameter on the Title menu to 3.0 seconds (I use the reset
> button first to make sure there are no leftover weird settings).
> On Mon, Mar 8, 2021 at 8:22 AM Camille Harang via Cin
> <cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org <mailto:cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org>> wrote:
> Hi Sam, thanks for your reply, yes the fade line works, however
> it's not suitable for what I want to do, I want to fade many
> snippets of text and transparent PNGs on the same track, with
> always the same video transition filter set to the same duration.
> Otherwise it's too complicated to combine them on two tracks and
> adjust manually the fade curve for each. I posted the example of
> fade in text parameter as it's simpler than transition do explain,
> but it produces the same "black flash" bug.
> Thank you,
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