[Ardour-Users] click free editing and zero crossings

Thomas Vecchione seablaede at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 04:20:48 PDT 2010

Ardour already has that particular function for crossfade editing in in my
experience much more flexible than anything I have seen in many other
programs including FCP, but I will check with the video guy here to make
sure I am remembering correctly;)

What Paul was describing sounds similar to the basic editing model of
ReZound, but not quite the same, and more focused on looping.  Would be
interesting sometime to see.


What he was describing

On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 2:33 AM, Simon Wise <simonzwise at gmail.com> wrote:

> Paul Davis wrote:
>> 2010/5/31 Jörn Nettingsmeier <nettings at stackingdwarves.net>
>> The one other circumstance that I've seen where precise edits are
>> necessary
>> is creating loops, but this has nothing to do with finding zero crossings
>> either. Ardour isn't bad at this but there is an idea that I saw years ago
>> in another program (I can't remember which) that I'd really love to
>> implement one day. It basically creates a slightly wierd visual dialog
>> that
>> has a vertical line down the center, the end of the tentative loop on the
>> left and the beginning on the right. you can move the line, the left wave
>> or
>> the right wave until you get things perfect ....
> this is one way some of the video editors allow for editing a cut or
> cross-fade, you can select the transition and get a window which shows
> something quite like the above, with a number of different ways to adjust
> the relevant parameters, and an option to listen to/watch a preview which
> loops through the point continuously as you make small adjustments if you
> want. It is something the user turns to when fine-tuning a difficult
> transition.
> Apple's Final Cut Pro has had variations of this for a long time, back in
> the days when I used OSX and did video editing.
> Simon
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