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From: jilt <jilt-7TqpCgCFNgkmxz2yCYo9vaxOck334EZe <at> public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [CinCV] Project using Cinelerra
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.video.cinelerra-cv.general
Date: Wednesday 5th August 2009 07:04:19 UTC (over 7 years ago)
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[email protected] wrote:

> even when I see the motion in realtime (a moving cross between the
> speakers) I can't see where the keys are.
> 

Ciao malefico, here is a bezier patch that surely works on cin 2.1 CV
and that should let you see what you don't see by now in the timeline:

http://ichthyostega.de/cinelerra/bezier-patch/

Honestly don't know if it's what you where searching for but I think you
could find out that just by reading the documentation.

I'm so interested on blender's sequence editor, I don't like the way cin
behaves with still images (gimp's animation), and I'll have a try with
blender's sequence editor to compare the two software functionalities...

ciao
jilt
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