On 2016-03-06 12:56, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
I've done all you describe using kdenlive. More than any other application
kdenlive needs its deps and recommends and it's own package to be from the
I have it from packman.
Besides crashing too often, I find it difficult to cut out the exact
regions, and even if I get that far, it ignores the second audio track
I'll try again.
I load the video. If play automatically is selected in the open file
dialogue, the application crashes immediately.
I see a clip monitor window at the top right, so I try to use that. The
video I'm trying has 3 hours. I have to go to the start of the
appropriate section with the mouse. To select the exact frame I would
use the keyboard, but it doesn't respond. There is a little box on the
right where I can select the second with the keyboard, but the image
doesn't update till I release the keyboard.
I then hit the "[" miniicon to signal that I want the start point just
there. After some experimentation it does just that, but there is no
visible sign in the slider till I also signal the end point somewhere.
I drag that to the "video 1" slider. It is a 10 minutes cut for testing.
I hit "render". I select Matroska, which I know for sure it supports
several audio tracks. Running, start 13:22, Estimated time 36:18 -
that's a lot for a ten minutes video, ffmpeg is faster.
Finished in 59 minutes, at 14:21 hours.
I got "untitled.mkv", and it only has one audio stream (English is
missing), so it is of no use to me. I absolutely need both Spanish and
English audio in the same file.
I can live with a slow program, but not one that doesn't produce the
Clips with multiple audio streams
last post 2013, no good.
last post 2010. No good.
0002556: No support for multiple audio streams
The reported uploaded a video sample, then nothing came out.
It is not supported.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)