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Moniteurs

Kdenlive utilise 2 gadgets (widgets) moniteurs pour afficher vos vidéos : Moniteur clip (Clip Monitor) et Moniteur projet (Project Monitor). Un troisième moniteur - Moniteur enregistrement (Record Monitor) - prévisualise la capture vidéo. Ces moniteurs peuvent être choisis en cliquant sur leurs onglets correspondants qui apparaissent en bas de la fenêtre Moniteur.

Redimensionner les moniteurs

Vous pouvez redimensionner les moniteurs en traînant le gadget de dimensionnement. Il est un peu délicat de trouver le bas du gadget. Vous devez placer le curseur de la souris entre le bas de l'onglet moniteur et la chronologie Kdenlive Scale project monitor.png

Moniteur clip (Clip Monitor)

Le Moniteur clip affiche le clip non édité qui est actuellement sélectionné dans l'arbre de projet. Clip monitor2.png

Gadgets sur le Moniteur clip

1) Set zone start button - click this to set an 'in' point.

2) Set zone end button - click this to set an 'out' point.

3) Zone duration indicator - selected by setting in and out points. Dragging the clip from the clip monitor to the timeline when there is a selected zone causes the selected zone, not the entire clip, to be copied to the timeline.

4) Position Caret - can be dragged in the clip. (In ver >=0.9.4 and with OpenGL turned on in Settings -> Configure Kdenlive -> Playback, audio will play as you drag this.)

5) Timecode widget - type a timecode here and hit Enter to go to an exact location in the clip. Timecode is in the format hours:minutes:seconds:frames (where frames will correspond to the number of frames per second in your project profile).

6) Timecode arrows - can be used to change the current position of the clip in the clip monitor.

Creating Zones in Clip Monitor

Zones are defined regions of clips that are indictated by a colored section in the clip monitor's timeline - see item 3 above. The beginning of a zone is set by clicking [ (item 1 in the pic above). The end of a zone is set by clicking ] (item 2 in the pic above)

Clip Monitor Right-click menu

The Clip Monitor has a right-click (context) menu as described here.

Moniteur projet

Le Moniteur projet affiche la chronologie de votre projet - par exemple la version éditée de votre vidéo. Project monitor.png

Project Monitor Widgets

1) The position caret. Shows the current location in the project relative to the whole project. You can click and drag this to move the position in the project.

2) The timecode widget. You can type a timecode here and press Enter to bring the Project Monitor to an exact location.

3) Timecode widget control arrows. You can move the Project Monitor one frame at a time with these.

Creating Zones in Project Monitor

You can use the [ and ] buttons to create a zone in the Project Monitor the same way you make zones in the clip monitor. The zone will be indicated by a colored bar both on the timeline and underneath the Project Monitor.

Kdenlive Zone in project monitor.png

You can get Kdenlive to only render the selected zone - see Rendering Using the Selected Zone Option.

Project Monitor Right-click menu

The project monitor has a right-click (context menu) as described here.

Moniteur enregistrement

There is also a Record monitor that can be used to preview capture from Firewire, Blackmagic cards or through FFmpeg / video4linux.

Kdenlive Record Monitor.png

To switch to the record monitor click in the clip monitor on the “+” sign.


Kdenlive Record Monitor back.png

To switch back to the clip monitor click in the record monitor the “+” sign.

Version 19.04

Screen record is moved to View Screen Grab

Separate Clip and Project Monitors

You can click on the Tab names that label the Monitors and drag the monitor out into its own window.

Kdenlive monitors seperate with dec.png

To put the monitors back into the Tabbed view - click on the monitor's title bar and drag the window on top of the other monitor window.

If the monitor has no title bar (intermittent defect) then you can not do this and you will need to reset kdenlive settings by deleting ~/.config/kdenliverc


This page was last edited on 24 July 2019, at 08:23. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.