[Cin] Tool for timelinging and multitrack exports
randrianasulu at gmail.com
Sun Jan 29 12:31:46 CET 2023
вс, 29 янв. 2023 г., 13:35 Andrea paz <gamberucci.andrea at gmail.com>:
> > 2. having some tooling that can do macro alignment, independent of
> metadata (for example by audio fingerprinting)
> > for kdenlive someone also made an external tool <
> Alignment using timecodes for Professional productions was addressed
> in MantisBT 448
> (https://www.cinelerra-gg.org/bugtracker/view.php?id=448). The "Align
> timecodes" tool came into being there. But the pro who created the
> issue concluded:
> "I have tested the 'align timecodes' function in the new version and
> am very happy to say that is working wonderful! Along with the 'To
> clip' function I can now make synced up subclips. I believe that to my
> knowledge Cinelerra GG is now the first FLOSS video editing program to
> support timecode syncing with subclip functionality: that's a big
> premiere! Thanks to everyone involved and especially PhyllisSmith.
> Few notes for further improvements:
> - A batch function would be great, especially to already sync up the
> clips from the 'Resources' window.
> - When I use the 'align timecodes' function the timecode of the whole
> sequence changes to the timecode of the clip I'm syncing. I have not
> seen this in other editing programs and don't think this is a useful
> feature, I think it would be better if the timecode of the sequence
> stays untouched and the clips stays in place."
> It would be nice to be able to do alignment of various audio/video
> tracks with an external audio track in batch, all at once, in the
> Resources window, before getting to the timeline.
> Question: is it possible to modify and use the script linked by Stefan in
I think it uses kdenlive specific editing functions? And I do not know
enough about xml generated by cingg for making it work for us or guide its
author to do it..
but there are some python projects on github
none of them (?) works as is for providing timecode offset for embedding in
media files so align via timecode will work, for example.
I'll keep searching! (there is related problem of aligning text with its
audio, but this is another area of research, it just showed up initially
via github search,)
> > 4. export this in either some EDL format or multitrack format being NLE
> As for interchange between various programs, I don't think CMX3600 is
> viable; it is too limited and not well supported by modern programs.
> Nowadays AAF (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Authoring_Format)
> is used as an interchange format; I believe it is based on Avid MXF.
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