Cinelerra v4.5
by Heroine Virtual Ltd
(Heroine Virtual Ltd Website)

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Operating System: Linux
File Size: 69.6 MB
License: Open Source (All Free software)
License Conditions:

Freeware

System Requirements:

RECOMMENDED FRONT END SYSTEM: Dual 2.4Ghz Opteron, 4GB RAM.200 GB storage for movie files.Gigabit ethernet.

Last Updated: 2013-12-16
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Tags : audop | produce | capture | edit | video

Software Description

Cinelerra does primarily 3 main things: capturing, compositing, and editing audio and video. Compositing and editing with the kind of seemlessness Cinelerra gives you is a level of flexibility rarely experienced on a Linux box.

If you want to make movies, you just want to defy the establishment, you want the same kind of compositing and editing suite that the big boys use, on the world's most efficient UNIX operating system, it's time for Cinelerra.

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Changes in v1.2

  • Added Speed curves mainly for video & in degraded quality for audio.
  • Added some control over whether automation follows edits.
  • New ability to transfer keyframes between audio and video tracks.
  • Motion temporaries are stored in /tmp/m and /tmp/r files.
  • Time Avg clears the accumulator on keyframes.
  • Other Bugfixes

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Help needed

Cinelerra is a good editing software but the tutorials are quite hard to find and if you do find it, the infos are not explained in details..... I have a problem to ask anyone out there... If you use still photos to edit, do you need to put them in different tracks. Right now I'm using different tracks for each image but it slows down the machine. Can anyone help me solve this problem....???

Re: Help needed

I just installed Linux and Cinelerra this week, so I apologize if I am mistaken, but I believe your photos will all be in the same track if you go to file>load files, choose all your pictures, and select the insertion strategy "concatenate to existing tracks."

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