[openvideo-it] Fwd: [Ardour-Users] Ardour 3.2 release - Video comes to Ardour!
Sab 15 Giu 2013 21:58:21 CEST
On 14/06/13 20:11, Federico Bruni wrote:
> Una notizia interessante per questa lista.
> Non l'ho ancora provato...
Neanche io direttamente... ma ho usato/uso xjadeo (sempre di Robin
Gareus) con ardour (e anche rosegarden).
Ottimo soprattutto per lavorare con l'audio (es. colonna sonora) di un
video e il sync al frame (e anche di meno teoricamente) dell'audio.
Da sottolineare che *non* ci sono feature di video-editing.
> ---------- Messaggio inoltrato ----------
> Da: "Paul Davis" <email@example.com
> Data: 14/giu/2013 13:22
> Oggetto: [Ardour-Users] Ardour 3.2 release - Video comes to Ardour!
> A: "ardour-users" <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Über-developer Robin Gareus has worked for a couple of years to add
> video support to Ardour, and with this release, we are pleased to
> finally enable it. In addition there are a couple of new features
> (including the ability to chain MIDI processing plugins) and the usual
> assorted list of bug fixes.
> As usual, you can fetch the update from the download page
> Video Support
> The integration of a video timeline and video monitoring into Ardour
> allows for convenient audio mixing and editing to video (i.e.
> soundtracks, music videos, TV post production etc.)
> The new functionality allows users to:
> * Import a single video and optionally extract the soundtrack from it.
> * Provide a Video-monitor window, or full-screen display, of the
> imported video in sync with any of the available ardour timecode
> * Display a frame-by-frame (thumbnail) timeline of the video.
> * Time-offset the video.
> * Lock audio-regions to the video: Move audio-regions with the video
> at video-frame granularity.
> * Export the video, cut start/end, add blank frames and/or mux it with
> the soundtrack of the current-session.
> Furthermore, the setup is modular and can be configured in different
> ways, including:
> * One machine: all video decoding, video monitoring and Ardour audio
> * Two machines: separate video-monitor and Ardour
> * Three machines: separate video-server (for timeline decoding and
> file-archive), dedicated video-monitor and Ardour
> Video support in Ardour does *not*:
> * allow for more than one video to be loaded at a time.
> * provide video editing capabilities
> Other New Features and UI Changes
> * chain together LV2 plugins that accept and output MIDI data
> * OSC access to send gain parameters (via |/ardour/route/send/gainabs
> rid sid gain| and |/ardour/route/send/gaindb rid sid gaindB|)
> * window management (layering and related issues) overhauled to work
> better on both platforms and with more window managers
> * horizontal scrolling of the timeline is now done with shift-wheel
> and track height adjustment is done using alt-wheel (matches OS X
> * German and French translations improved
> * Allow a pre-existing selection to override region grouping if the
> clicked-on region is part of that selection
> * Plugin editing tweaked:
> o Always show plugin's own UI (if available) on double-click
> o Alt+double-click -> show 'generic controls' (GUI built by Ardour)
> o Context-menu offers both choices.
> o Use Tooltip for to make it discoverable.
> Bug Fixes
> * some licenses fixes in source code files
> * properly handle closing of various file descriptors, to fix issues
> with LinuxDSP plugins and xjadeo
> * fix AudioUnit GUI window sizing
> * improve relationship between ArdourDialog and Splash on OS X
> * hack up AU GUI support to handle AUSampler resizing better.
> * fix operation of right-click on selected MIDI note to bring up the
> note editor. this is still not really right long term, but it is
> better than displaying the channel selector
> * fix crashes and session file corruption caused by not zeroing text
> buffers passed to VST plugins (from Mixbus)
> * fix crash on export if no master bus is present in the session
> * On OS X, use "hw.physicalcpu" to get a more accurate CPU count (the
> previously used "hw.ncpu" count includes hyperthreading cpus)
> * Text in warning window for memory limit not displayed in full.
> * fix jack session filename (colons are invalid)
> * when using a MIDI keyboard for step entry of MIDI data, use the note
> length set in the step entry dialog
> * Remove special handling of session range in export. Fixes things
> when the session range is renamed.
> * Fix loading of old sessions' previously-used export timespans
> * Various LV2 plugin handling fixes
> o skip LV2 ports on GUI according to port-properties: notOnGUI and
> o honor LV2 rsz:minimumSize for Atom Event buffers
> o properly clean up LV2 world
> o lilv_port_get() for LV bufsize query requires new lilv
> o lilv-backwards compatible min buffer-size implementation
> * fix memory leaks and compiler warnings in LXVST code
> * fix an unusual problem in some LinuxVST plugins by disabling symbol
> * when a track has audio and MIDI output, display an audio fader
> rather than a MIDI fader (this is a display change only - the fader
> has effect on all MIDI and audio data passing though it regardless
> of the type of fader shown)
> * prepare font-styling meter labels
> * decrease size and weight of midi-velocity - make '127' fit,...
> * use correct quoting in OS X startup script (allows passing of
> arguments on the command line)
> * add test for writability of /usr/local/lib in OS X startup script
> (notifies user about an issue created by Audacity)
> * save and restore Generic MIDI threshold/smoothing value
> * fix crash when using internal edit mouse modes to drag a non-MIDI
> Robin Gareus, Adrian Knoth, John Oliver, Sakari Bergen, Colin Fletcher,
> Paul Davis
> Translation work by: Robin Gloster (de) and jpeg129 (fr)
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