[Cin] Workflow issues for multitrack editing

Igor BEGHETTO igorbeg at visi1.org
Mon Jan 30 10:01:48 CET 2023

Your workflow is different by mine. Usually I try to fit in with what I 
have,... and may be wrong.
What Cinelerra version and OS are you using?
Can you show a demo? You can upload it to https://transfer.sh


Il 30/01/2023 09:36, Stefan de Konink via Cin ha scritto:
> On Monday, January 30, 2023 9:30:28 AM CET, Igor BEGHETTO via Cin wrote:
>> I used it some time and it works very good. But I don't understand 
>> what is your workflow.
> It has some preconditions why I does not work well for me (or even at 
> all). In order for it to work it would require a continuous recording 
> as baseline, while many of my recordings align relative towards each 
> other. So Clip A track 1 would align Clip B on track 2, and clip C on 
> track 1 would align with track 2 again.
> My experience from the basic aligning is not so positive as well.
>>> When I am editing I would love to have something like a *multitrack* 
>>> scratch space. The only way I am aware of that can achieve this is 
>>> creating a second Cinerella instance working on its own EDL. This 
>>> would allow me to edit some 'sub project' that can later be imported 
>>> again.
>> As said from Andrew We can use OpenEdL OR/AND import one or more 
>> sub-project in a Master Project. You can see two old (outdated) 
>> tutorials about at:
>> - "Working with the Sequences" 
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lXyGGJWO2Y
>> - "Nesting the Sequences in a Master Project" 
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5SO4_Unlzo
> Tried those yesterday, and the first thing I stumbled into was a crash ;)

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