karthink wrote:Shouldn't dropping videos into the bottom bar cause them to take up only as much space as their duration?
(EDIT: I must add that these are .mov files. Perhaps there's something wrong with mov support, I'm not sure.)
Cenwen wrote:If i have done none error, it will be corrected in the next version 1.1.3 normally. Jonathan have fixed it .
And the 1.1.3 is in Launchpad (for us). so soon for you in the ppa.
Step 1) Open Synaptic Package Manager
Step 2) Search on "libavformat"
Step 3) We need to install the alternate version of libavformat... the one with h.264 and mp3 codecs. These package names vary from distribution to distribution, but it should be something similar to:
Step 4) Close and re-launch OpenShot. You should now be able to use libmp3lame, h.264, and many other restricted formats.
sudo apt-get install frei0r-plugins
Andy wrote:Here are some simple getting started instructions - these don't cover effects or transitions.
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When you start Openshot, it is ready to accept files for editing. You can either drag & drop files into the Project Files tab (where it says 'Choose a Video or Audio file to begin') or select the menu item File>Import Files or the '+' icon on the toolbar.
Before going any further, you should save your project. Select the menu item File>Save Project As and choose your required options.
Once you have some files imported, they can be dragged to the timeline. Select a file from the Project Files tab and drag it onto a track. You can repeat this process as many times as required. If you need to trim the start or ending of the clip, select the resize tool - the tools sit above the timeline. You can also select the razor tool if you need to chop a chunk off of a clip.
When you have your clips arranged as you want them on the timeline, you can preview your video by pressing the Play icon underneath the Video preview.
If you want to export your video, select File>Export video. Another window will open. From here choose a project type - DVD, Web etc. Once you select this other options will become available. Select your required options and press the 'Export Video' button. A message box will notify you when the export is complete.
Various tasks can be performed using keyboard shortcuts, here is a list:
j = Seek backwards
k/spacebar = Play/Stop
l = Seek forwards
left arrow = single frame backwards
right arrow = single frame forwards
up arrow = go to the previous marker
down arrow = go to the previous marker
tab = toggles the between the trim and arrow (select) tools
Ctrl + Home = go to the start of the timeline
Ctrl + End = go to the end of the timeline
New in 0.9.54
Ctrl + Mouse Wheel - Zoom the timeline in & out
That's a brief guide to get a beginner up & running using the basic features.
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