[Kdenlive-devel] Your opinion about Blip.TV, 1024x768 resolution
bugsbane at gmail.com
Fri Nov 14 09:06:59 UTC 2008
This sounds awesome JMP. Just what we could use. Is it possible to do
any of this capturing using Kdenlive's built in screencapture? Seems
to me that it would be great to get more testing on it, and feature
requests if needed (--follow-mouse?), or is to too early to be "eating
our own dogfood" as the saying goes?
It would really make the point that we have a screen capture feature
now if we could say "Captured, Edited and Rendered on Kdenlive." :)
On 11/14/08, Jean-Michel Pouré <jm at poure.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2008-11-14 at 00:24 +0100, jb wrote:
>> Plays perfectly fine for me, quality is really good. But I would say
>> the size
>> is slightly too big to fit on a standard screen... Would it be easy to
>> get a
>> slightly smaller size ?
> Dear all,
> I updated the page with two resolutions:
> I would vote for 1280x720, because:
> * It allow to shoot HDV and downgrade it to HV720.
> This is always a good point to watch the tutorial maker.
> * We can think of gathering tutorials and relase them in h264 format,
> for direct burning on a DVD or blue-ray.
> This 16:9 resolution is better for watching on a flat-tv.
> * We will offer direct downloads of h264 files also. Size is three times
> less than flv files. So no need to restrict to 1024x768.
> * 16:9 format is really neat and a clear advantage in terms of
> marketing. People understant immediately that kdenlive produces quality
> So ... I am waiting for your remarks, but I start producing a tutorial
> explaining howto to make quality grabs and edit them for blip.tv. This
> will include a tutorial for blip.tv.
> Then I hope that we can work on short and longer tutorials. Short
> tutorials will be embedded in Kdenlive on-line manual. They are 30
> seconds max.
> Kind regards,
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