[Cin] Workflow issues for multitrack editing (bug)

Phyllis Smith phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 19:21:45 CET 2023

Sorry to say it simply was *not *"designed" to work in the Viewer, but that
is no excuse for crashing.  When I look at the XML file, I see that a clip
created in the Viewer is different then a clip created on the timeline in
the areas of Start / End / Zoom / X/Y dimensions.  The clip has to be
coordinated with the timeline in order to keep track of level (i.e. the
number starting at 0 in the upper right hand corner of the main menu with
the tooltip of Close EDL.

I will make a note of this in the Manual and log a Bug Tracker crash.

On Mon, Jan 30, 2023 at 2:09 AM Stefan de Konink via Cin <
cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:

> On Monday, January 30, 2023 9:53:45 AM CET, Igor BEGHETTO via Cin wrote:
> > It has no sense using OpenEDL feature in that way, but bug is there.
> > OpenEDL is for more complex things. Try to put your videos in
> > the timeline, with effects if you want, and create a clip from
> > there. Then use OpenEDL.
> My expectation was that with a 'clipped' asset, I could have a new
> timeline
> to do my edits in (relative to that clip) and insert that clip in the main
> timeline.
> The initial point that I made was not to pollute the "target" timeline as
> 'scratch space'.
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