[Lumiera] Audio editing

IL'dar AKHmetgaleev akhilman at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 04:25:06 CEST 2009


На Mon, 6 Jul 2009 19:06:05 -0700
C Wilson <have.footage.will.edit at gmail.com> записано:

> No worries.. I think its a great Idea to have synchronization with
> Jack - and interface it with any program of your choosing if you are
> doing audio for video .. since audio can be edited in blender - but
> not as intuitive as it would be in Ardour or an editor that is
> designed with rudimentary audio editing. Granted Blender is a 3D app
> first, Video and audio second. It just works... I did however run
> into a plugin for Ardour that does have a video monitor to edit audio
> while watching video. Pending on the direction of making Lumiera as a
> standalone/plugin capable application would make it the best of both
> worlds ...
> 
> Thanks and
> muchPEACE to you all
> CJ

One problem of separation audio and video editors is the synchrony video
such as interview. One way to solve this problem is audio tracks in
video editor which will be sent to audio editor via jack. In this case
sound from NLE will bee seen just as any other track in audio editor.
With this approach you can edit timing of interview's audio with video
and then use audio editor to tweak audio balance and add external sound
effects.

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http://sourceforge.net/projects/xjadeo/ - video player which plays
video in sync with jack's transport.

And one thing. I can force bpyjack to use integers instead of floats
but is it really a problem?


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