Use the keys "i" for "start" and "o" for "end" to create the selection. They use the current frame position.
Move the playhead to frame 190 and press "i". Move it to 390 and press "o".
This creates a selection with beginning at the frame 190 and end at 390.
Use ffmpeg (download a static build for your operating system) and its delogo filter, which will try to cover up a logo or watermark by interpolating neighboring pixels.
ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf "delogo=x=100:y=100:w=150:h=20" output.mp4
Here, x and y specify the top left coordinates of the “masking” rectangle, and w/h specify its size. You can add the show=...
I had this issue with moving files outside of Kdenlive. It did find them using a recursive search, but the video was white. I have deleted them from the project and added them again. This fixed it in my case.
Figured it out.
Go to "render" and under "destination" select "audio only".
Choose a profile and tinker the settings.
If you want to export in an undefined format, such as FLAC, you can create new profile.
Go to "render", under "destination" select "audio only" and click on "create new profile".
You will now use this as parameters:
f=flac acodec=flac ...
You can box-select clips by dragging the mouse while holding the mouse button and shift key.
kdenlive "Selection" manual
If the clips you want to select are all contiguous, you can press Shift + left-click and drag your mouse over all the clips
(and ctrl+shift+mouseDrag to add more clips to the selection)
I didn't find a way of selecting a range of clips but the main problem is solved by the spacer tool which can be invoked by pressing M. One then grabs the left end of the clip to the right of a gap and drags it to the left until the gab is closed. By doing so, all clips to the right are automatically moved to the left as well.
When browsing through the ...
I would suggest shotcut. It's really fast and allows you to select where to cut at the right place (to the frame). It's also visual making it really easy.
Give your project a name
Drag & Drop an MP4 in the screen video area
Click on the video now playing, move it to the timeline
Cut + Export
Click on the timeline time ...
If anyone happens to have this problem:
from inside kdenlive, copy the video (even better: make a .zip and copy it)
also from there, navigate to a folder which is inside a Git project
paste the video or the archive there
still from inside kdenlive, open a Git Bash, then commit and push the pasted file
exit the file explorer and kdenlive
navigate to the same ...
Currently your best bet is to extract the audio of the clip before you start editing, and then importing it into Audacity, which has a great toolbox for dealing with outside noise.
Once done, you can export from Audacity and back into Kdenlive.
It's a workaround, and very labor intensive. It would have been much nicer to be able to apply some basic audio ...