kdenlive-devel@... schrieb am 28.07.03 18:10:33:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Reinhard Amersberger [mailto:protux@...]
> > Just to tell you about ....
> > In MoviePack terminology this is called as "Scene" and
> > another synonym I've heard about is "sub-timeline", so maybe
> > now you have two other candidates ;-)
> > But the profit is the same, so in the end you have just a
> > simple/new clip in the timeline, containing another
> > compositing, where user can double-click on it (just for
> > example :-) to open a stand-alone timeline to make detailed adaptions.
> Awww, and I thought it was a really neat original idea. I guess I haven't
> used enough different video editors :-)
this is still a good idea, because I think none of the editors I know about using your template idea you are talking about.
> > btw - no other comments about my personal "nearly mouse less"
> > :-) editing affectations?
> > Is it cool, or is it just CRUEL? ;-)
> As a vi fanatic and a laptop user, I do like the idea :-) but I'm
> prioritising getting the user friendly editing done first - then I'll start
> working on the hardcore expert friendly stuff ;-)
You are right, this is a good decision, because I think most video editing beginners are using mostly drag&drop to edit movies.