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I use KDEnLive, create a "title" track whose duration is long enough to
cover the entire song, and then import the wav file (or mp3... not sure if
it does mp3 or not), and then export, and you're done. Hope that steers
you in the right direction, anyway.
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 4:25 PM, wrote:
> Hello all,
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I use KDEnLive, create a "title" track whose dur=
ation is long enough to cover the entire song, and then import the wav file=
(or mp3... not sure if it does mp3 or not), and then export, and you'r=
e done.=C2=A0 Hope that steers you in the right direction, anyway.
Mar 28, 2013 at 4:25 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:<=
I have a musical piece of some 4 minutes, recorded in Ardour and currently =
saved as an ogg file. =C2=A0I would like to make it Youtube compatible in t=
he most simplest way. =C2=A0Like in having one single picture being shown w=
hile the music plays. =C2=A0Not even two or three, just one. =C2=A0And the =
music. =C2=A0That would be the video. =C2=A0The picture is one I've tak=
en, and is of ridiculously large format which I can resize using Image Magi=
How can such a video be created ? =C2=A0I have no idea how to do that. =C2=
=A0Hopefully this thread could also be useful to others.
Much thanks in advance ! =C2=A0Cheers.
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