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Post#1 by francois » 05 May 2011, 23:58

I am interested in kdenlive for 32 bit. Maybe somebody has the module already. If not, here an interesting link with an already made script to build and get the packages and libraries:
http://www.mltframework.org/twiki/bin/v ... ildScripts
it seems that for now this is out of reach for me to realise the kdenlive package.

Posted after 1 hour 16 minutes 43 seconds:
However I found this thread on video:
http://lwn.net/Articles/210352/
As I am no video specialist, but would like to go further to clarify the issue, I got to know that:
Kino, Cinerella and ManDVD could be the needed suite for the treatment of images.

What should I think? Someone knows better?
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Re: kdenline

Post#2 by Ahau » 06 May 2011, 02:29

pkgs.org shows a binary package of kdenlive (v 0.8), for slackware 13.1. looks like it would need about 15 or so deps to run in porteus. I'll see what I can do.
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Post#3 by francois » 06 May 2011, 03:43

Very nice to you Ahau.

Thanks a lot.
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Re: kdenlive

Post#4 by Ahau » 06 May 2011, 16:38

I found a .txz for kdenlive in slackyd ('slackyd -u', 'slackyd -s kdenlive'). However, it seemed like slackyd wanted to download most of KDE4 in order to make it run! I wound up with about 230MB of dependencies. The program does run, though!

If you like, you can do this yourself:

slackyd -u
slackyd -g kdenlive
say yes a million times
cd /var/slackyd
installpkg *.txz
slackyd -d
say yes a million more times
installpkg *.txz
slackyd -d
etc

I went through three rounds of downloading additional dependencies. Slackyd still found 6 missing libraries, though kdenlive seems to run fine. My hunch is that there are a lot of dependencies for files that are not needed for kdenlive but are are packaged with the actual kdenlive dependencies, so this could get pared down to a much smaller module, but it will take quite a bit of work for me to do it, and the resulting program may not work perfectly. If it's possible to find a build of kdenlive that was compiled for KDE Trinity that would make it much easier (or, one could compile it from source, but that makes tracking down dependencies a little harder).
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Post#5 by beny » 07 May 2011, 03:05

kdenlive do not exist for trinity or kde 3.5.10,you can try cinelerra if compile for trinity.

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Re: kdenlive

Post#6 by francois » 07 May 2011, 21:10

@beny:
It seems you are right. But how do you get to know that it would not work for trinity? (I would like to be a little more intelligent by the end of the day)

@Ahau:
Thanks for your courage going thru all these y's.

But this gave me the idea to use slapt-get instead of slackyd. All I had to do was to add the repositories of darkstar in file:///etc/slapt-get/slapt-getrc. The first run was done always fresh. It completed the kdenlive, accompanying packages and libraries in always fresh. I could start kdenlive and selecting preferences was about to work with it. However, this had adverse effects on kdeinit. It was impossible to launch console for example.

I decided to do the same in save change mode. The same problems arised. Rebooting I was no more able to boot X.

I would have tried on 64 bit, however there is no 64 bit packages available in slackware 13.1 for kdenlive.
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Post#7 by beny » 08 May 2011, 03:01

francois the kdenlive need sq4 libraries i think trinity is based on the old kde and sq3,but i am not shure of this.try cinelerra or avidemux or handbrake.

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http://www.mlange.dds.nl/ you can find 64 bit version of deps and kdenlive at this link

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Re: kdenlive

Post#8 by francois » 09 May 2011, 21:14

Thanks a lot beny.

I have downloaded avidemux, kino and cinerella on mint. I am waiting for rc2, so to get the first two on Porteus v 1.0. The version of cinerella on mint does not work very well.

It seems that avidemux is quite a complete video processing tool. I will come back on this thread to report as soon as I know more.
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Re: kdenlive

Post#9 by beny » 10 May 2011, 11:57

i have build for 64 bit the avidemux package and devede package seem to work ....well? i don't know if you want i have to try build programs for 32 bit tell me what you want and i try to build as is.

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Re: kdenlive

Post#10 by francois » 12 May 2011, 03:08

@beny:

For sure avidemux 32 bit would please me.

I would also use the 64 bit avidemux. Do you have a link to get it?
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Post#11 by beny » 12 May 2011, 22:33

ok i upload to mediafire and link in this tread.

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http://www.mediafire.com/?dalk27qfr1fr6 the two file are for the 64 bit version you can rename if you want ,for cinelerra and avidemux for 32 version i have to work on 32 bit version to made package and for now i can't in the xzm package there are all deps i have build it in the base system but you check if work and report me if you have trouble with ...

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Re: kdenlive

Post#12 by francois » 18 May 2011, 02:48

Hello beny. Thanks for the provided information. However, I did not understood how the 64bit modules could be used on the 32 bit OS. Or was it that you just wanted me to get to know what was in your module so that I could build the 32 bit module exactly on the same structure.

Finally, I was able to build the avidemux 32 bit module with slapt-get. For this I used a virgin save change folder to get the changes associated only with building avidemux and dependencies. I rebooted always fresh and used the dir2xzm.

Up to now it works fine. I will just have to get more familiar with it.
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Post#13 by beny » 18 May 2011, 18:02

I would also use the 64 bit avidemux. Do you have a link to get it?
hi francois,I misread that sentence I thought that you had a 64 bit system too,apologize me.

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Re: kdenlive

Post#14 by francois » 25 May 2011, 03:31

In fact, I have both system on two linux box. Thanks. It seems that I lost my line of thoughts.
I will uses also your module.

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Post#15 by Hamza » 25 May 2011, 04:26

I would also use the 64 bit avidemux. Do you have a link to get it?
hi francois,I misread that sentence I thought that you had a 64 bit system too,apologize me.
Sorry beny. I was out for many days. Here is what you look for:
http://slackware.org.uk/slacky/slackwar ... ultimedia/
Sorry guys...

This is an offtopic with avidemux.

francois, if you want a module , just make a new thread in x86_64 modules request.
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