[CinCV TNG] Mixer Viewer / Multiple Cameras with proxy

Igor BEGHETTO igorbeg at visi1.org
Mon May 7 09:43:50 CEST 2018


Thanks Phillys. Now It is all more clear to me.

Il 06/05/2018 18.43, Phyllis Smith ha scritto:
> Attached is the missing page.  Features5 is written using linux open 
> office and then I export it to pdf.  It sometimes makes mistakes on 
> the export and I don't always find it.  But I think we need to at 
> least put some more effort in this section to make it easier to follow 
> and provide an example of proxy usage after GG gets time to verify the 
> correctness of the program code.
>
> On Sun, May 6, 2018 at 4:07 AM, Igor BEGHETTO <igorbeg at visi1.org 
> <mailto:igorbeg at visi1.org>> wrote:
>
>     I tested better Mixer Viewer...
>     following the instruction on file cinelerra-5.1_doc_Features5.pdf
>     "Special Features Manual for Cinelerra 5.1" (Last update
>     04/28/2018), chapter 43, section "But, I want to use only the
>     first set of audio tracks...", page 191 (probably, the texts in
>     page 189 is lack and the page 190 is empty):
>
>     To create a list of mixer viewers:
>     1) Setup the session settings -> format, width, height, frame
>     rate, color model, aspect ratio.
>     2) Create dst tracks using the a/v track pulldowns (or use
>     shortcuts ‘t’ / ‘T’),  armed and playable.
>     3) Append src tracks using file ->open -> append tracks, or the
>     resource window using pasting.
>     4) Using the track patchbay, disarm editing and disable playback
>     of the a/v src tracks.
>     5) Using the track patchbay, mark the new tracks as “mixer” source
>     to be added to the viewer.
>     6) Create a mixer viewer using the main menu pulldown, or the
>     shift “M” shortcut.
>     7) Repeat steps 3 – 6 for each mixer viewer needed for the session
>     editing.
>
>     My test: Four Mixer Viewer and Master track
>     1) [...]
>     2) [...] Create dst track "Master"
>     3) [...] Add four Video tracks under one top "Master" Video Track,
>     and then I rename the labels of the video tracks to see:
>     - Master
>     - V1
>     - V2
>     - V3
>     - V4
>     3.a) Load four videos in Media
>     3.b) Drag and drop from Media to video tracks V1, V2,..., V4
>     4) [...] Using the track patchbay, disarm editing and disable
>     playback of the V1...V4 tracks.
>     4.a) Enable proxy (and waiting for "Creating proxy files...")
>     5) [...] ...and I see the "right arrow" icon changed to "up arrow"
>     icon to advise me it is "engaged" to be added to the Mixer Viewer
>     (not still created)
>     6) [...]  ...the mixer viewer is "linked" to video track with "up
>     arrow" icon
>     7) [...] (in my example I have to load the file before to create
>     proxy, more or less)
>
>     8) When I finished with mixers, I disable proxy and the Mixer
>     Viewers are closed (should be fine not closed but "regenerated"
>     with new geometry?)
>
>     It's very, very powerful!!!
>     Thanks so much for the excellent Manual and Developers.
>
>     Igor
>
>     Ps: If I change the label of a tracks, its own Mixer Viewer'name
>     is not updated. Is it right?
>
>     ----------------------------------------------------
>
>     On Sat, May 5, 2018 at 3:35 AM, Sam wrote:
>     Oops, my bad. Phyllis, thank you for the clarification.
>     Sam
>
>     On 05.05.2018 19:01, Phyllis Smith wrote:
>     This is a bug!  Open Mixer is supposed to use proxy and is one of
>     the major advantages of that and was even suggested in Features5
>     to do that.   GG will work on this as soon as he can get to it. 
>     Thank you for bringing it up as it did work originally but somehow
>     along the way, fixing other aspects messed it up.
>
>         On 05.05.2018 10:07, Igor BEGHETTO wrote:
>         I tested also the "Open Mixer" Viewer but it not use proxy.
>
>
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