From: wayne <shakacat@uk...> - 2007-09-17 04:13:53
Thank you for the new Mandriva RPMs for 0.5. So far it has fewer crashes
than my previous 0.5 installation. However, there is one problem that I
can't find a work around:
When I create a crossfade transition going from lower left to upper
right, the upcoming clip (overlapping clip) kicks in a split second
before the transition starts. This results in a jumpy transition. The
timeline monitor senses (and displays) the upcoming clip a split second
before it actually physically arrives. So, the transition looks like
this: original clip.... split second shot of upcoming overlapping
clip..... smooth transition from original clip to upcoming clip.
At first, I thought the problem was that the yellow transition was not
flush with the edge of the upcoming clip and that a tiny sliver of the
upcoming clip was protruding beyond the yellow transition. But I noticed
that it doesn't really matter because the timeline monitor displays the
upcoming clip BEFORE it actually makes contact with cursor.
This does not happen to transitions going from upper left to lower
right. I realize I could make all of my transitions go from upper left
to lower right but it will be difficult to manage 6 video tracks when
all I really need is 2 or 3.
Any help will be appreciated.
wayne a écrit :
> Thank you for the new Mandriva RPMs for 0.5. So far it has fewer crashes
> than my previous 0.5 installation. However, there is one problem that I
> can't find a work around:
> When I create a crossfade transition going from lower left to upper
> right, the upcoming clip (overlapping clip) kicks in a split second
> before the transition starts.
I can't reproduce this problem. So it probably lies in the video codec
of the clips. I tried with MJPEG in MOV file.