[Cin] Tool for timelinging and multitrack exports
randrianasulu at gmail.com
Sun Jan 29 02:21:13 CET 2023
сб, 28 янв. 2023 г., 21:49 Stefan de Konink via Cin <
cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org>:
> I think this scenario has passed by on the mailinglist before, and I might
> because of how I work, be more attracted to these kinds of problems than
> others that mainly do non-linear work.
While I think I can't even start on implementing those ideas I have
question: did you tried to use 'split timeline' feature, so each cam put on
same teack but at wildly different time and you have 2-4 zones for working
on each one? (mostly by cutting things to another track?) Or I completely
misuderstand how split timeline works in cin ...
> After the recording, and after getting the main production idea, my
> projects are timewise mostly influenced by reconstruction of a multi track
> linear timeline. I am using multiple camera's that don't use any (world)
> timecodes, and have 2GB limitations. So the best thing they can do is
> giving me a relative timestamp by means the filename or creation_time
> What I would be interested in is the ability to:
> 0. having a forever scrolling canvas, canvas may do tricks like
> hiding places where no content is available
but how you will tell users there is like 1, min of content, and there is
5m? By some markets? Should those 'edits' expand individually when needed?
> 1. "automatically" construct such timeline each track(group) being
> from a single device, which typically atomically can only produce
> a single stream of content by means of metadata
how you think should work, is there something like cameraID or you need to
associate some user-know metadata key to specific camera, so you can say
send all medias with this metadata to specific track or media bin?
> 2. having some tooling that can do macro alignment, independent
> of metadata (for example by audio fingerprinting)
interesting idea, does any libre NLE currently have such functionality?
> 3. having some tooling that can do micro alignment
Like 'move this segment few frames left/right' as context menu option?
> 4. export this in either some EDL format or multitrack format
> being NLE independent
I'll try to look into it a bit more, but no promices (cmx3600 only had few
audio tracks, but may be there were unofficial extensions ...)
> I wonder what other people are using for the above, other than pen and
> From my own experience within Cinerella (I know about mixers) I don't end
> up with the workflow that I want for non-continious recordings.
> A second email follows on a different workflow issue.
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