kdenlive-devel@... schrieb am 25.03.04 15:39:54:
> I want to throw a thought at the mailing list and see what bounces back :-)
> With the latest versions of QT and KDE, it is very easy to make an application
> scriptable. I am starting to contemplate adding this ability to Kdenlive.
> My thoughts are - it should be possible to make Kdenlive as scriptable as the
> gimp, Maya, etc. with reasonably little work. From this point of view, I am
> going to implement it at some point in the future, no matter what anybody
> thinks ;-) But probably not until after Kdenlive 0.3.0 has been released.
I don't have a good idea right now what to do with this scripting capabillities, but I think this is a really powerful feature, especially for scripting-experts.
The other great adventure is, that this scripts could be interchanged with other users, so the whole community will have a benefit!!
about how to start this? ... I think you guys should offer basic editing/effect capabilities first (dissolve, color-stuff, title, freeze, slow/fast-motion, pip, slip-edit, slide-edit, ...), before starting this scripting stuff ... just MHO ;-)
From: Jason Wood <jasonwood@bl...> - 2004-03-25 15:23:33
On Thursday 25 March 2004 10:06, Reinhard Amersberger wrote:
> kdenlive-devel@... schrieb am 25.03.04 15:39:54:
> about how to start this? ... I think you guys should offer basic
> editing/effect capabilities first (dissolve, color-stuff, title, freeze,
> slow/fast-motion, pip, slip-edit, slide-edit, ...), before starting this
> scripting stuff ... just MHO ;-)
As I said, I won't start it until after 0.3.0
But by then, transitions and effects will be possible, so it will be a case of
people writing them. Slow motion will probably not come in verison 0.3.0
because it will probably require some reworking of the timeline (probably not
much, but I haven't looked into it yet) and I guess some reworking of piave.
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