[Bf-committers] Sequencer movie strips frame rate - bug or missing feature?
pildanovak at post.cz
Thu Oct 21 12:00:01 CEST 2010
This is probably a misunderstanding.
There was nothing about converting the footage in the post, please read carefully.
There was talk about the footage being read with wrong framerate,
depending on the output(!) frame rate of blender.
Also, my experience with this is from e.g. Final Cut and Avid,
which I do not consider hobby systems.
(athough also premiere or vegas have this, or kdenlive, if we look in the opensource world).
I was not refering to any other 3d application,
since blender is as far as I know the only 3d application which has a full NLE video editing system included(and a pretty good one). :]
Also, I didn't want this mailing list get flooded with feature requests -
I am quite sure many users miss this functionality, but I also know blender is in feature freeze state,
that's also why in the subject of this thread is the question whether I should consider it a bug and
fill in a bug report.
> ------------ Původní zpráva ------------
> Od: Troy Sobotka <troy.sobotka at gmail.com>
> Předmět: Re: [Bf-committers] Sequencer movie strips frame rate - bug or missing
> Datum: 21.10.2010 03:09:37
> By design.
> Only a hobby grade system will attempt to convert for you.
> In general, most will control their content and not rely on a single
> pipeline tool to prepare it for uptake.
> On Oct 20, 2010 8:19 AM, "Vilem Novak" <pildanovak at post.cz> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I want ask one question.
> > If I load movie strips to sequencer, it synces audio with video correctly
> only when blender output frame rate is set to frame rate of the imported
> > This makes it very hard to work with different movie sources.
> > It is strange that blender loads the audio with the correct length, but
> the strip length gets always adapted with a ratio 1 blender frame = 1 strip
> > also, after changing blender's frame rate the strip length doesn't change
> any more, so the strip must have it's frame rate stored internally?
> > would it be possible to expose the frame rate of the strip, or even
> better, try to set up correct frame rate on load? This would be something
> like 'Interpret footage' feature in some editing softwares.
> > greetings
> > Vilem N.
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