[Kdenlive-devel] Status of the User Interace.
einStein at donau.de
Sat May 4 12:34:10 UTC 2002
Jason Wood schrieb:
> It just occured that I don't know if you've looked at the user interface yet
> (it's not worth it at the moment) but here's basically what I plan for the
> next several weeks - I've got my final year exams in the same period, so they
> may have to take precedence though :-)
Nope, actually I haven't.
> * Port what's already done to KDE 3. It shouldn't be too hard, but I've got a
> few api problems to sort out, and I've spent most of this evening figuring
> out how to convert the build process so that it works. I will commit when it
> compiles on my machine.
Ohh, well I don't have KDE3 yet :(
> * Add drag and drop - it should be possible to drag files from, e.g.,
> konqueror and drop them on to the project window or onto the timeline, and it
> should be possible to drag clips around. I'm not aiming on getting clips
> working yet - just the code behind drag and drop so that it will all be easy
> to implement when the time comes.
I doubt it's really nessesary, but I also doubt it would be to
> * Re-implement the aRts code that I took out because it didn't work in KDE 2
> :-) Basically, this will turn the monitor window into a mp3/wav/ogg player.
That's good, what is aRts?
> * Start clip support to the timeline, and use arts to figure out how long the
> files are.
> Jason Wood
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