[CinCV TNG] [PATCH] Fix typos and errors in the English manual

Johannes Sixt j6t at kdbg.org
Tue May 5 22:07:08 CEST 2015


Am 05.05.2015 um 20:59 schrieb Nicola Ferralis:
> @@ -1539,7 +1539,7 @@ to be ignored and a software timer to be used for synchronization.
>   Back in the days when 150 MHz was the maximum speed for a personal computer, this
>   setting allowed uninterrupted playback during periods of heavy load.  It forces
>   the audio playback to the highest priority in the kernel.  Today, it is most
> -useful for achieving very low latency between console tweeks and soundcard output.
> +useful for achieving very low latency between console tweetweakks and soundcard output.

What are tweetweakks? ;-)

>   You must be root to get real-time priority.
>
>   @cindex Audio driver

> @@ -8627,8 +8626,8 @@ You can use ming or flv2swf to create an swf file. @*
>   @uref{http://klaus.geekserver.net/flash/streaming.html} has detailed instructions
>   for ming and @uref{http://search.cpan.org/~clotho/FLV-Info-0.17/bin/flv2swf}
>   can be installed with cpan> install FLV::ToSWF. Or you can use the Creative Commons
> -Non-Commercial licenced JW FLV Player
> - at uref{http://www.jeroenwijering.com/?item=JW_FLV_Player}, or the Apache Licenced
> +Non-Commercial licensed JW FLV Player
> + at uref{http://www.jeroenwijering.com/?item=JW_FLV_Player}, or the Apache Licensed

Should this not better be lower-case "licensed"?

>   FlowPlayer @uref{http://flowplayer.org}. Both of these allow you to use the flv
>   as created above, and have controls for stopping and playing the movie etc.
>

> @@ -10213,19 +10212,19 @@ Assume you have your source footage in the file @file{myfootage.avi}
>   The shell command to separate out the audio is:@*
>   @command{ffmpeg -i myfootage.avi -f wav myfootage.wav}@*
>
> -The shell command to separate out the video, upsample the framesize and
> -framerate is:@*
> +The shell command to separate out the video, upsample the frame size and
> +framer ate is:@*

Either "frame rate is" or "framer ate this" ;-)

>   @command{ffmpeg -i myfootage.avi -s 720x576 -f yuv4mpegpipe -vcodec pgmyuv - |
>   yuvmotionfps -r 50:1 > myfootage.yuv}

> @@ -11035,10 +11033,10 @@ It should also have a pointer to a MainProgressBar.
>   MainProgressBar *progress;
>   @end verbatim
>
> -The progress pointer allows nonrealtime plugins to display their progress in
> +The progress pointer allows non--\realtime plugins to display their progress in
>   Cinelerra's main window.
>
> -The constructor for a nonrealtime plugin cannot use PLUGIN_CONSTRUCTOR_MACRO
> +The constructor for a non-realtime plugin cannot use PLUGIN_CONSTRUCTOR_MACRO
>   but must call @b{load_defaults} directly.

I am puzzled by the choice of "non--\realtime" in one case and 
"non-realtime" in the other case.

Thanks for taking care of the manual!

-- Hannes



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