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|0002379||Kdenlive||Effects||public||2011-11-03 15:18||2011-11-03 19:12|
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|Summary||0002379: Pan+Zoom scrool bars not correctly positioned|
|Description||When applying pan+zoom with its default settings (i.e 100% zoom and no pan) the scroll bars around the monitor window are not set so that the full frame is displayed - about 1/4 of the frame appears in the top left corner. This bug has appeared since the beginning of October.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Apply pan+zoom to a clip, note that monitor window shows only about 1/4 of the frame and that you need to adjust the scroll bars to see the full frame. Quite confusing.|
|Additional Information||I much preferred the old "red box" interface!|
Kdenlive 0.8.2 (manual build from git source pulled 02/Nov/2011)
MLT 0.7.6 (manual build from git source pulled 02/Nov/2011)
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|Build/Install Method||Manual build from SVN|
|Attached Files||screenshot.png [^] (498,941 bytes) 2011-11-03 18:56|
|I cannot currently reproduce. Can you reproduce starting from an empty project? Which profile are you using and what is the frame size of the clip in timeline?|
Hmmm, I can't reproduce it easily either, although it is consistent in the current project as you can see from the attached png which shows the appearance just after clicking on the pan+zoom effect in the effect stack.
The project profile is 720p 25, the affected pan+zoom is on one clip of two which are being composited - it's a complex composite where the top clip is panned left (this is done using the image size+offset parameters in the transition plus keyframes) to "reveal" the bottom clip underneath. At the same time an alpha rectangle is used to progressively clip the right edge of the top frame thus producing a sort-of half-wipe to end in a split screen between the two clips. The bottom clip is cropped to loose some uninteresting material at the right margin, then panned to align it on the right edge of the frame. Actually it probably doesn't need the crop, thinking about it I could just pan it over (it's a hold over from how I started thinking about producing the effect that I was after).
The whole thing is about 10 minutes into a multi-clip video (school play).
Oh, if there's a simpler way of achieving the effect let me know.
I assumed that the problem was general - if it's limited to this rather unusual set of circumstances I think we can just leave it as "unreproducible" :)
|2011-11-03 15:18||ptf||New Issue|
|2011-11-03 17:17||j-b-m||Note Added: 0007494|
|2011-11-03 17:17||j-b-m||Assigned To||=> j-b-m|
|2011-11-03 17:17||j-b-m||Status||new => feedback|
|2011-11-03 18:56||ptf||File Added: screenshot.png|
|2011-11-03 19:12||ptf||Note Added: 0007495|
|2011-11-03 19:12||ptf||Status||feedback => assigned|
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