kollix at aon.at
Sun Aug 18 15:57:38 BST 2013
On Tuesday 06 August 2013 23:40:54 Felix Miata wrote:
> Anyone successfully using this?
yes, all of my three daughters use it to create and modify video clips
> The obvious place to start, I would think, is to open a video file, so that's
> what I tried. Since all the files I have that need commercials removed are
> .ts files, apparently I need something less obvious than "file open", as its
> file picker found none of my .ts files in the directories in which they are
> So, is this yet another program that can't remove commercials from video
> transport stream files? If it can, how? Help doesn't work ("help center" not
> installed, without mention of package name containing "help center"). Do I
> have to "capture" from the .ts files before editing? Is some sort of filter
> missing? The file picker filter list only has 3 entries, none of which I
> recognize as a video file type. Is there a FAQ somewhere that's accessible
> that lists the file types it can work with?
you need to add the video file as a video clip.
Menu: Project -> Add Clip
I did not use it for something serious, just a bit of playing with it,
but AFAIK the reason is simply that kdenlive lets you aggregate multiple clips
to create one final video out of that, e.g. a video clip added with a music clip etc.
To create the final video you need to render the kdenlive project to a target video format
Best regards/Schöne Grüße
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