Hmm... not quite...

While the result should be the same, the method looks a bit fiddly, and difficult to implement...

Can I whip up an image in Gimp and attach to this mail to illustrate what I mean?

-Evert-

On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 7:12 PM, Simon A. Eugster <simon.eu@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Evert,

You mean something like that? ;)
http://www.kdenlive.org/mantis/view.php?id=1026

Simon

Evert Vorster wrote:
> Hi there.
>
> I really love the "speed" video effect. However, I would really love to
> see this effect keyframable.
>
> Basically what happens is that I will have a rather long clip to edit...
> so I "fast forward" through the boring bits...
>
> So now I cut my clip into smaller sections, some of which run faster
> than normal, some slower and some at the normal speed.
>
> This is a little tedious, and tricky to get exacltly right....
>
> So, what I am imagining is something that looks like the keyframable
> volume effect on a clip, but instead of dragging the keyframes up and
> down as for the volume, rather drag them sideways to speed up/ slow down
> the clips next to it.
>
> The actual effect on that part of the video file should then be easy to
> calculate by taking (actual length of section)/(apparent length of
> section)=speed-up rate....
>
> Does this sound do-able?
>
> Where is the really proper place to report a wish to the kdenlive project?
>
> Kind regards,
> -Evert Vorster-
>
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