kdenlive-devel@... schrieb am 14.04.03 17:04:44:
> > > Let me know what you think,
> > I still prefer having a separate "keyframeline" ;-) just like
> > MoviePack (MovieDV), especially when having two monitors.
> > Because sometimes you need a LOT of added effects to a track
> > (with a lot of parameters too) which results a LOT of keyframe tracks.
> > So maybe user could lost the focus?!?
> I have been thinking about this problem as well, but am not sure which is my
> preferred solution. For the moment, I don't intend to work on keyframes for
> a while - what you see is a certain proof of concept that it is possible to
> mix video tracks and keyframe tracks on the timeline without breaking
> There is no reason why a second timeline (with keyframes for only one track)
> could not be placed in a second window, or as a second view of the timeline,
> or any other possibility. I just need lots of ideas about why people want me
> to implement it in a particular way, and the advantages and disadvantages of
> doing so.
> Remember, I'm looking to improve on existing interfaces though, not simply
> copy them ;-)
:-) yes, I know.
But for the moment I have found my preffered solution, as I said above. ;-)
Maybe you like this modification?
First you would need an area that show all apllied effects, and the appropriate parameters, when a clip is selected.
Then user could use this area to select one or more of the parameters of an effect (maybe just some parameters of different effects too?) to show it in the keyframe area of the track.
Kdenlive should create separate keyframe areas/tracks for each selected parameter/effect.
The keyframe tracks will disappear when user select another clip, but should be re-stored when user select the initial selected clip again to make more modifications.
Maybe this could be somewhat helpful to keep the timeline clearly arranged?
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