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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2017-08-07 01:22 [#02527511]
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is there a tracker program out there that lets you bodge
video instead of mere samples?

curious how they handle mixing down the video, if so


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2017-08-07 02:12 [#02527513]
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video samples


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-08-07 14:53 [#02527530]
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LAZY_TITLE


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2017-08-21 03:42 [#02529202]
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cheap chinese junk is not easy. it's not easy to eliminate
parts and make stuff cheap cheap cheap and still work... so
i'm going to zoom up a little bit like thhiiiiiisss and
explain:

someone linked me this video -- which is actually pretty
interesting -- and i've heard a sample in it. i
want to zoom in like thiiiiiisss and thiiiiisss is dragged
out to some drum breaks and 303 noises that feel like
they're zooming in.

i am told zoom teardown man has other videos with more
samples. focus you fuck! the videos are interesting and i
think i may watch them for relax and just write down the
moments that i hear as samples.

in any case, it got me thinking about video trackers again.
i've been working with .XM mode files for my trax, and i was
imagining you could extend .XM to something like .VXM for
Video MOD.

mod/XM stores the audio samples inside the .XM file, .VXM
would store audio and video.

milkytracker is open-source. perhaps it could be extended
for .VXM -- more or less, add a second effect column for
video effects...

bodging a video surface into milkytracker sounds terrible,
so i figure it'd be best to do what kdenlive does and talk
to melt/MLT to live-generate the video.

except, kdenlive generates giant xml files and invokes
melt/mlt for each playback. this is terrible and slow and
buggy. this is why kdenlive sucks -- or did, last i used
it.

melt/mlt supports a "live server" but i've not had much
luck getting it to work before.

this is a fine idea and i may grab the milkytracker source
but in all likelihood i will must make another track instead
of a video tracker.


 


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