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Linux Video Editing

  1. 1. Linux Video Editing Arpee Ong
  2. 2. What is Video Editing Video editing is the process of manipulating video clips. It is a post production phase which is comprised by the following activities: Removal of clips that are not needed; Sequencing of clips to create the flow; and Addition of background music, video effects and other elements to enhance the over-all look and feel of a video.
  3. 3. Software: Kino – is a linear, non-mutli-tracked video editor for editing in/out, trimming, splitting, sequencing and reordering scenes and application of simple effects. Cinelerra – is a linear, multi-tracked video editor for application of background audio, overlaying videos/images/audio and application of more complex effects.
  4. 4. Part I: Kino Video Editing 101
  5. 5. Starting Kino Using the Menu:
  6. 6. Starting Kino Using the Terminal:
  7. 7. Kino User Interface
  8. 8. Importing Digital Videos
  9. 9. Kino User Interface and Screens Screen: Associated actions/description: - Cutting, copying, pasting, splitting and joining of scenes - Capturing of clips from an analog source (camcorder through firewire) - Displays thumbnails representing a corresponding timeline - Trimming of specific active scenes, either in overwrite or insert modes - Application of basic video effects and transitions - Exporting of edited clips to various video formats
  10. 10. Kino User Interface and Screens Edit Screen: Splitting Scenes 1.) Select a scene from the storyboard 2.) Select a specific timeline from the timeline scroller where the active scene is intended to be splitted 3.) Click the “Split” button
  11. 11. Kino User Interface and Screens Edit Screen: Cutting Scenes 1.) Select a scene from the storyboard 2.) Click the “Cut” button
  12. 12. Kino User Interface and Screens Edit Screen: Copying Scenes 1.) Select a scene from the storyboard 2.) Click the “Copy” button
  13. 13. Kino User Interface and Screens Edit Screen: Pasting Scenes 1.) Select a scene where the copied scene will be pasted 2.) Click the “Paste” button
  14. 14. Kino User Interface and Screens Edit Screen: Joining Scenes 1.) Select a scene which will be joined to the next scene 2.) Click the “Merge” button
  15. 15. Kino User Interface and Screens Capture Screen: AV/C - Turns on the Device Control/Monitor Capture - Starts capturing STOP - Stops capturing Still - Captures current frame to an image file format Mute - Mutes the audio from the device File - Specifies the filename of the digital video when captured
  16. 16. Kino User Interface and Screens Timeline Screen: Start - Specifies starting range of timeline thumbnails to show End - Specifies ending range of timeline thumbnails to show
  17. 17. Kino User Interface and Screens Trim Screen: In - Specifies starting range of a scene segment to clip Out - Specifies ending range of a scene segment to clip Mode - In overwrite mode, the trimmed clip will replace the actual scene, in insert mode, the trimmed clip will be inserted either before or after the active scene
  18. 18. Kino User Interface and Screens FX Screen: Overwrite - Applies the video/audio effects to the current active scene Create - Inserts a clip after the active scene from a variety of sources. Audio Filter/Transition - Provides effects affecting the audio layer of the active scene Video Filter/Transition - Provides effects affecting the video layer of the active scene
  19. 19. Kino User Interface and Screens FX Screen: Every - Specifies the interval of frames to export Frame of - Specifies whether to export the whole storyboard or just the current active scene Format Tabs - Provides a number of formats and settings in which the storyboard/scene set can be exported to
  20. 20. Part 2: Cinelerra Video Editing 101
  21. 21. Starting Cinelerra Using the Menu:
  22. 22. Starting Cinelerra Using the Terminal:
  23. 23. Cinelerra User Interface
  24. 24. Cinelerra User Interface Viewer Viewer - provides previewing screen for the imported media, it also provides basic editing features such as splicing the active media to the selected track timeline
  25. 25. Cinelerra User Interface Compsitor Compositor - provides previewing screen of the actual timeline as well as editing capabilities.
  26. 26. Cinelerra User Interface Program Program - Displays representation of the multi-tracked timeline. It is the main interface where most of the video editing takes place.
  27. 27. Cinelerra User Interface Resources Resources - Shows the available effect resources for audio and video, as well as the imported media that will be used for the project
  28. 28. Importing Digital Media as Resources
  29. 29. Importing Digital Media Resources in Timeline 1.) Select a media resource from the Media Folder 2.) Drag the selected resource into the selected track
  30. 30. Importing Digital Media Resources in Timeline as new Tracks (Audio/Video/Image) 1.) Add a new track (Audio or Video depending on the resource you intend to add) 2.) Drag and drop the Resource to the newly added track
  31. 31. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Usage To use the Viewer with a clip, drag and drop the media resource to the Viewer window.
  32. 32. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer In / Out - Sets a range within the selected clip.
  33. 33. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer Splice – Creates an instance of the selected range specified by In / Out to the active timeline track and cursor position
  34. 34. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer Overwrite – Creates an instance of the selected range specified by In / Out to the active timeline track and cursor position and overwrites keyframes next to it if there are any
  35. 35. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer To Clip – Creates an instance of the selected range specified by In / Out to the Clip Resources. Clip Resources – are located in the Clip folder under the Resources window. Clips can be dragged and dropped to a track similar to Media resources
  36. 36. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer Copy – Copies the current clip range specified by In / Out. The copied clip selection can later be pasted in the track timeline in the Program window using Edit -> Paste
  37. 37. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer Show Meter – Toggles the visibility of the meter.
  38. 38. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer Label – Labels the current cursor position in the viewer
  39. 39. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer Previous / Next Label – Navigates throughout the labels set in the clip.
  40. 40. Cinelerra User Interface: Viewer Working with the Viewer Manual Goto – provides a dialogue to manually put the cursor to an exact timeline within the selected clip in the viewer
  41. 41. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Lock Video – Locks the loaded video from changes
  42. 42. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Zoom View – enables mouse pointer zoom view
  43. 43. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Edit Mask – Enables editing of mask points
  44. 44. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Adjust Camera Automation – Enables mouse pointer control over the location of timeline videos in the camera
  45. 45. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Adjust Projector Automation – Enables mouse pointer control over the projection of videos in the timeline
  46. 46. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Crop – Provides a cropping tool
  47. 47. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Color Picker – Enables the mouse pointer to capture the color of the area where it will be clicked
  48. 48. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Options / Settings – Displays a dialogue pertaining to the options or settings about the currently active tool
  49. 49. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Show Safe Regions – Toggles the display of Safe Regions Safe Regions – are markers which show which area of the video will be visible among different output resolutions and size. The smaller the area of the safe region, the more it makes it likely that the whole video will display across output size and resolutions
  50. 50. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Generate Keyframes while tweaking – Toggles whether keyframes will be created on the fly while the tools are being applied
  51. 51. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor In / Out - Sets a range within the selected clip in the timeline.
  52. 52. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor To Clip – Creates an instance of the selected range specified by In / Out to the Clip Resources. Clip Resources – are located in the Clip folder under the Resources window. Clips can be dragged and dropped to a track similar to Media resources
  53. 53. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Cut – Cuts the current selection specified by In / Out from the timeline
  54. 54. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Copy – Copies the current clip range specified by In / Out. The copied clip selection can later be pasted in the track timeline in the Program window using Edit -> Paste or the Paste button
  55. 55. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Paste – Pastes the copied clip into the current cursor position
  56. 56. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Show Meter – Toggles the visibility of the meter.
  57. 57. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Label – Labels the current cursor position in the Compositor
  58. 58. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Previous / Next Label – Navigates throughout the labels set in the clip.
  59. 59. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Undo /Redo – Undos or Redos actions
  60. 60. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Manual Goto – provides a dialogue to manually put the cursor to an exact timeline within the selected clip in the compositor
  61. 61. Cinelerra User Interface: Compositor Working with the Compositor Zoom Level Controls – Controls the size of the timeline preview screen in the Compositor
  62. 62. Applying Audio/Video Effects 1.) Drag and drop the selected effect from either the audio/video effects folder to a track where the effect is intended to be applied 2.) Options for the applied effect can be set at the applied track
  63. 63. Applying Audio/Video Transitions 1.) Drag and drop the selected transition from either the audio/video effects folder before or after the clip where the transition will be applied
  64. 64. Rendering the Project to Digital Video Format
  65. 65. Rendering the Project to Digital Video Format Filename - the complete path and filename of the output video file File Format - the format of the video output file Audio/Video - specifies the tracks to export Create New File at each Label - when checked, the output video will be divided to several tracks depending on the labels that were set
  66. 66. Rendering the Project to Digital Video Format Render Range – Specifies the range of the project/timeline to be exported Render Profile – Allows the saving of render settings Insertion Strategy – Specifies how the output track will be imported into the current project

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