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|0002423||Kdenlive||Rendering||public||2011-11-25 20:49||2011-11-25 20:49|
|Product Version||Recent git|
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|Summary||0002423: Speed effects affect audio channel below...|
|Description||I had a fairly complicated project, with a few clips that have the speed effect applied to them. |
Somehow the audio always seemed to be cut short. This would only become apparent after having rendered the video, not before.
My audio was broken into some clips. I don't know if that has any effect on it. While I was listening to the audio on the rendered video, I could hear the speaker change pitch.
Anyways, I inserted a blank audio channel between the video channels and the channels containing audio, and suddenly all the effects were gone.
I have seen speed effects do some other strange things in the same channel, but have never seen it affect the next channel down.
|Steps To Reproduce||Make a project with a lot of speedups and slowdowns. |
Add some voice to the audio channel, and make sure it ends with the rest of the video.
After rendering it almost certainly will not line up.
|Additional Information||MLT is latest release. Kdenlive is git from two weeks ago. |
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|Build/Install Method||Manual build from SVN|
|2011-11-25 20:49||evorster||New Issue|
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