I am new to Kdenlive (and to KDE as a whole) and still not used to the terminology, so I haven’t been very effective un my searches.
My first project is a simple one consisting of two audio tracks running in parallel and one video track consisting of a series of images separated by empty (black) spaces as in
I want to obtain a set of videos, one for each image with respective audios.
I have not found any helpful information so far so I am asking here so maybe someone can point to some source.
The only way I have thought so far would:
1 - Create a working copy of the whole project, just in case.
2 - then for each part:
a - delete all other parts except the video and 2 audios for the selected scene
b - render
c - close project (without saving)
d - reopen the working copy
e - go back to 2 for the next scene
I believe that should work, but it seems to me that Kdenlive is both more elegant and more efficient than that. Can anyone drop me a hint?
Thanks for maintaining KDE and this.