[Kdenlive-devel] Fwd: Re: Rendering dialog redesign

Dan Dennedy dan at dennedy.org
Sat Jun 11 08:44:07 UTC 2011

Please remove Norm. Do not let people change the framerate. That is
inviting trouble.

Presets and favorites are different things; favorites are favorite presets.

I find the icons instead of text for the tabs non-descriptive.

Main window is missing a container format.

"ffmpeg command" is incorrect. It should be something like "Additional
melt options"

2011/6/11 Alberto Villa <avilla at freebsd.org>:
> and my answer
> ----------  Forwarded Message  ----------
> Subject: Re: [Kdenlive-devel] Rendering dialog redesign
> Date: Saturday 11 June 2011, 10:22:59
> From: Alberto Villa <avilla at freebsd.org>
> To: Simon Eugster <simon.eu at gmail.com>
> was the e-mail for me only?
> On Saturday 11 June 2011 09:59:15 Simon Eugster wrote:
>> Changes since last time:
>> * Favourites dialog added. It should just load presets into the main
>> dialog and allow them to be edited.
> coooool! depending on the number of presets, maybe it could require
> groups in it. and maybe i'd call it Presets instead of Favourites... maybe
>> * HQ and Media player icons removed for the benefit of presets in the
>> Favourites dialog.
> i like it
>> * Re-ordered first column in the main dialog by importance. (does it
>> look a little less confusing now?)
> i think i got what's confusing: the advanced part. but it's all unaligned at
> the moment, so maybe a qdesigner produced ui would work fine. anyway
> i'm starting to like it, especially if we concentrate on the presets tab for
> the newbie
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