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This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
Lesser General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA

Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.

You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your
school, if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the library, if
necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:

Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the
library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written by James Random Hacker.

<signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1990
Ty Coon, President of Vice

That's all there is to it!



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$Id: ChangeLog 1008 2007-07-15 01:19:30Z ddennedy $

USING svn log NOW

2007-04-09 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
Cleanup copyrights and attributions, and move Jean-Baptiste's services
to a new kdenlive module.

2007-03-30 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
Add support for sox 13.0.0.

2007-03-30 Jean-Baptiste Mardelle <jb@kdenlive.org>
Fix boxblur and wave filters license.

2007-03-29 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
Cleanup license declarations and remove dv1394d references.
Change registration of vmfx/mono to threshold to disambiguate with
core/mono.

2007-03-27 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
Fix ffmpeg swscale code enabled with mmx flags and fix --enable-swscale
in conjunction with --avformat-static.

2007-03-16 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
Added docs/policies.txt.

2007-02-19 Jean-Baptiste Mardelle <jb@kdenlive.org>
Blur and wave filters: fix typos and make functions static (patch from Stephane Fillod)

2007-02-18 Jean-Baptiste Mardelle <jb@kdenlive.org>
Add blur and wave filters from Leny Grisel

2007-02-07 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
Added ffmpeg libswscale support to avformat module (requires configure
option --avformat-swscale)

2006-12-07 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org
Applied patch from Stephane Fillod to make configure run with bash
since it uses bash-specific features. Also, patches headers to
C comments for pedantic compilation.

2006-09-28 Zachary Drew <zachary.drew@gmail.com>
applied audio frequency and audio channels initialization patch from Jean-Baptiste

2006-09-27 Zachary Drew <zachary.drew@gmail.com>
applied amd64 patch from gentoo folks to fix compilation of motion_est
on amd64 (thanks for the heads-up Jean-Michel)


2006-09-25 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
- src/modules/sdl/Makefile: fix compilation on some systems using
modular x.org.

2006-08-08 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
enhance producer_westley to parse Kino 0.9.1 SMIL (clock) time values.

2006-08-08 Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
convert --avformat-cvs to svn and rename option as --avformat-svn (--avformat-cvs is an undocumented alias).

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SUBDIRS = src/framework \
src/inigo \
src/valerie \
src/miracle \
src/humperdink \
src/albino \
src/modules \
profiles

all clean:
list='$(SUBDIRS)'; \
for subdir in $$list; do \
$(MAKE) -s -C $$subdir depend || exit 1; \
$(MAKE) -C $$subdir $@ || exit 1; \
done

distclean:
rm mlt-config packages.dat; \
list='$(SUBDIRS)'; \
for subdir in $$list; do \
$(MAKE) -C $$subdir $@ || exit 1; \
done; \
rm config.mak;

dist-clean: distclean

include config.mak

install:
install -d "$(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/bin"
install -d "$(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/include"
install -d "$(DESTDIR)$(libdir)"
install -d "$(DESTDIR)$(libdir)/pkgconfig"
install -d "$(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/lib/mlt/modules"
install -d "$(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/share/mlt/modules"
install -c -m 755 mlt-config "$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)"
install -c -m 644 *.pc "$(DESTDIR)$(libdir)/pkgconfig"
install -m 644 packages.dat "$(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/share/mlt/"
list='$(SUBDIRS)'; \
for subdir in $$list; do \
$(MAKE) DESTDIR=$(DESTDIR) -C $$subdir $@ || exit 1; \
done; \
# if test -z "$(DESTDIR)"; then \
# /sbin/ldconfig || true; \
# fi

uninstall:
rm -f "$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)"/mlt-config
rm -f "$(DESTDIR)$(libdir)/pkgconfig/mlt-*.pc"
list='$(SUBDIRS)'; \
for subdir in $$list; do \
$(MAKE) DESTDIR=$(DESTDIR) -C $$subdir $@ || exit 1; \
done
rm -rf "$(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/include/mlt"
rm -rf "$(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/share/mlt"

dist:
[ -d "mlt-$(version)" ] && rm -rf "mlt-$(version)" || echo
svn export . "mlt-$(version)"
svn log > "mlt-$(version)/ChangeLog"
tar -cvzf "mlt-$(version).tar.gz" "mlt-$(version)"

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MLT/Miracle README
------------------

Sponsored by Ushodaya Enterprises Limited
Written by Charles Yates <charles.yates@pandora.be>
and Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>

MLT is a LGPL multimedia framework designed for television broadcasting,
and Miracle is a GPL multi-unit video playout server with realtime
effects.

This document provides a quick reference for the minimal configuration,
build and installation of MLT. See the docs directory for usage and
development details.


Configuration
-------------

Configuration is triggered by running:

./configure

More information on usage is found by running:

./configure --help

NB: This script must be run to register new services after a CVS checkout
or subsequent update.


Compilation
-----------

Once configured, it should be sufficient to run:

make

to compile the system.


Testing
-------

To execute the mlt tools without installation, or to test a new version
on a system with an already installed mlt version, you should run:

. setenv

NB: This applies to your current shell only and it assumes a bash or
regular bourne shell is in use.


Installation
------------

The install is triggered by running:
make install

More Information
----------------

For more detailed information, please refer to docs/install.txt.

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./configure --enable-gpl --luma-compress --disable-mmx --enable-motion-est --avformat-shared=/usr --avformat-swscale --prefix=/opt/kde3 --with-extra-libs=/opt/kde3/lib --with-extra-includes=/opt/kde3/include/kde

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MLT Demo Notes

Before running the demo script, make sure you '. setenv' from the parent
directory. Also, please create clips clip1.dv, clip2.dv, clip3.dv, clip1.mpeg,
clip2.mpeg, clip3.mpeg, and music1.ogg. Please make sure clips are at least 500
frames duration.

These notes explain the the concepts presented in each demonstration and
what details to look for.

First, a note on consumers. When you start the script, the main menu asks
you to choose a consumer. A consumer is like a viewer, but it could also
write to a stream/file. The "SDL" consumer is the popular Simple DirectMedia
Layer audio and video output. The "Westley" consumer generates an XML
representation of the service network. That can be played directly due to the
westley producer plugin. See docs/westley.txt for more information. The
"MainConcept DV" consumer refers to the proprietary MLT plugin required to
use MLT with MainConcept DV, DVCPro, and MPEG codecs. "/dev/dv1394/0" refers
to a device file for transmitting DV over FireWire using the Linux dv1394 kernel
module. The "BlueFish444" consumer is another proprietary plugin to use
the BlueFish444 manufactured SDI video/audio output cards with MLT.

And now the demos...

All clips

Simply builds a playlist containing each video clip, and you can transport
between them using j and k keys.

Filter in/out

A video filter can be applied to a portion of a producer (clip, playlist,
or multitrack). This examples shows the greyscale filter.

Watermark

A graphic can overlay video in realtime with support for alpha channel.
This example uses a PNG file with an alpha channel. Distortion is explicitly
enabled here so the otherwise circular graphic is scaled to fill the
compositing region. By default, compositing honours the aspect ratio of the
overlay.

My name is...

Titles are very easy to composite in realtime. The titler uses Pango
with the FreeType2 rendering backend. This means it supports high
quality scalable font rendering with anti-aliasing, unicode (UTF-8),
and Pango markup capabilities. The compsiting here respects the aspect
ratio of the rendered title in the first two title pieces but distorts
the final one. This demo also shows the motion and scaling capabilities
of the compositor in conjunction with honouring aspect. The compositor
is doing field-based rendering. So, when displayed non-progressively
with SDL, you can see motion artifacts during animation.
A composite transition

The compositor also handles video over video as demonstrated in this
usage of the compositor to create a special transition. This demonstration
also crossfades the audio during the transition! Progressive rendering
is explicitly enabled on the compositor due to the poor results that
would otherwise occur due to scaling an interleaved video frame and moving
the video in a reverse direction horizontally.
Fade in and out

A simple series of transitions betwen 3 clips using dissolves and audio
crossfades. This is easy :-).

Clock in and out
Wipe transitions are very easy and highly extensible as they are generated
using a very convenient lookup table based upon the luma of an image.
This image can be a 16 bit PGM (grayscale bitmap) or the luma channel of
any video producer. A number of high quality wipes can be downloaded from
http://mlt.sf.net/. It also performs field rendering.
The second wipe demonstrates the ability to control the direction of the
wipe as well.
Obscure

A popular requirement in news production is to obscure a face, obscenity,
or trademarked logo. This demonstrates using a simple rectangular
obscure filter applied to a region of the image. The second example is more
advanced and shows using the "region" filter to select the image area and a
property of the region filter to "shape" the region using the alpha channel
of another image (circle.png) and another property to "filter" the region
using the obscure filter.

Audio Stuff

A music bed sound track can be mixed with a video. The sound track of the
video clip has a "floating" amplitude normalisation filter applied.
Typically, audio normalisation applies a constant gain factor across the
entire duration of an audio segment from a single source where the
gain factor is automatically determined by anaylsing the maximum "power"
or peak levels. However, in news production, a popular requirement is to
to dynamically boost the amplitude in soft areas and reduce the amplitude
in louder areas. Thus, the gain analysis is performed using a "sliding
window" approach. This example also applies a constant gain factor of
0.5 (50%) to the normalised audio of the video clip (to get a nicer
mix level).
Audio and Video Levels

Audio can be normalised by setting a target amplitude level in decibels.
A gamma curve can be applied to the luma channel of video.

Shadowed Title and Watermark

Two instances of the titler are used to create a shadow effect.
The aspect ratio of the watermark in this example is not distorted. Since
the original image is a circle with square pixels--a computer-generated
image--and ITU BT.601 video is not composed of square samples. Therefore,
the compositor normalises the pixel aspect ratio of the overlay to the
destination image, and the circular image remains circular on the analog
video output. Finally, a greyscale filter is applied to the watermark
while its opacity is set at 30%.

Station Promo into Story?

Here is fun demo that might show using a still graphic with some music
to introduce a show. A luma wipe with an audio crossfade transitions from
the show title or station promotional material.

Voiceover 2 clips with title

A common news production requirement to have a "voiceover" audio track
to a clip or even multiple clips as demonstrated here. Likewise, it is
common to place a title caption on the video at the same time! This
demo has a little fun with the titler at the sake of practicality :-)
The foreground of the title is transparent while the opacity of the
background is reduced to blend with the video. Meanwhile, the compositor
stretches the image to fill the bottom slice of the video--not suitable
for overscan displays ;-)
Also, pay close attention to the mixing levels of the audio tracks.
The audio of the video fades out as the voiceover track (just music
in this demo) fades in. Then, the voiceover remains mixed with the
ambient audio at a 60% level. Finally, the voiceover fades out smoothly
from the 60% level to nothing.

GJ-TTAvantika title

This demo requires a special TrueType font called Avantika. If you have the
font, register it with fontconfig using the fc-cache utility. This
demonstrates i18n capabilities of the titler and the alignment capabilities
of both the titler and the compositor. The titler centre aligns
the two lines of text, and the compositor centre aligns the title
horizontally on the frame.

Title over graphic

You can superimpose a title over a graphic over video! Also,
you can apply a luma wipe to the compositor!

Slideshow

This demo requires any number of JPEG images with the extension ".jpg"
in a subdirectory named "Scotland."

Bouncy, Bouncy

The "watermark" filter encapsulates the compositor, and you have full
control over the compositor properties. Who says a watermark can not
also be a video?!

Bouncy, Bouncy Ball

A variation on the above Bouncy, Bouncy demo that applies a shape, or
alpha producer, to the the compositing region.
Breaking News

This demonstrates layout capabilities of the compositor.

Squeeze Transitions

This demonstrates a distorting barndoor-like wipe.


J Cut

A J cut is an edit where the audio cuts before the video.
It gets its name from the way it looks on a NLE timeline user interface.
When the audio cuts over, it does an audio crossfade over the duration of
one frame. This makes the audio cut slightly less abrupt and avoids any
"click" due to mismatched sample levels at the edit point. The video edit
is a hard cut.

L Cut

An L cut is an edit where the video cuts before the audio.
It gets its name from the way it looks on a NLE timeline user interface.
This demo shows a very quick dissolve over 5 frames for a soft video cut.
Like the J Cut demo, an audio crossfade for the duration of one frame makes
an audio edit nearly instantaneous while being slightly softened and
avoiding aberrations.

Fade from/to black/silence

Of course, it is possible using MLT to fade from black on video and silence
on audio as well fade to black and silence.
Push wipe

A push wipe is a somewhat fancier transition than most standard wipes
because it involves motion. The new video clip "pushes" the old video
clip off one edge. If you can preview on an analog monitor you will notice
how smooth the motion is due to field-based rendering.
Ticker tape

A very minimal reverse crawling title neard the bottom of the screen.
The goal of the demo is show fluid motion of the field-based rendering of
the compositor when viewed on an analog monitor using a DV or BlueFish444
consumer. The demo also shows the potientional for using and extending the
existing set of services for a full blown news ticker implementation.

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<svg width='300' height='300'><circle cx='150' cy='150' r='150' fill='white'/></svg>

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SDL Default sdl
SDL Half D1 sdl:360x288 rescale=nearest resize=1
SDL High Latency sdl buffer=12 rescale=none
SDL Progressive sdl progressive=1
Westley to Terminal westley
Westley to File westley:
MainConcept DV to /dev/dv1394/0 mcdv:/dev/dv1394/0 rescale=nearest buffer=25
libdv to /dev/dv1394/0 libdv:/dev/dv1394/0 rescale=nearest buffer=25
BlueFish444 PAL bluefish:1
BlueFish444 NTSC bluefish:1 standard=NTSC
BlueFish444 PAL Prog LL bluefish:1 progressive=1 buffer=1 frames=4
BlueFish444 NTSC Prog LL bluefish:1 standard=NTSC progressive=1 buffer=1 frames=4

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#!/bin/bash

function show_consumers( )
{
awk -F '\t' '{ printf( "%d. %s\n", ++ i, $1 ); }' < consumers.ini
}

function get_consumer( )
{
option=$1
[ "$option" != "" ] && [ $option -gt 0 ] && sed 's/\t\+/\t/g' < consumers.ini | cut -f 2 | head -n $option | tail -n -1
}

function show_menu( )
{
sed 's/\t\+/\t/g' < demo.ini |
awk -F '\t' '{ printf( "%2d. %-30.30s", ++ i, $2 ); if ( i % 2 == 0 ) printf( "\n" ); } END { if ( i % 2 == 1 ) printf( "\n" ); }'
}

function check_dependencies( )
{
option=$1
if [ $option -gt 0 ]
then
deps=`sed 's/\t\+/\t/g' < demo.ini | cut -f 3 | head -n $option | tail -n -1`
if [ "$deps" != "" ]
then
echo "$deps" |
tr ',' '\n' |
while read dep
do
ls $dep > /dev/null 2>&1
val=$?
[ $val != 0 ] && echo Failed to find $dep >&2 && echo $val
done
fi
echo 0
fi
}

function get_demo( )
{
option=$1
if [ $option -gt 0 ]
then
cut -f 1 demo.ini | head -n $option | tail -n -1
fi
}

while [ 1 ]
do

echo Select Consumer
echo

show_consumers

echo
echo 0. Exit
echo
echo -n "Option: "
read option
echo

[ "$option" == "0" ] && break

export MLT_CONSUMER=`get_consumer $option`

while [ "$option" != "0" -a "$MLT_CONSUMER" != "" ]
do
echo Choose Demo
echo
show_menu
echo
echo -n "Option: "
read option
echo

[ "$option" == "" ] && break
demo=`get_demo $option`
usable=`check_dependencies $option`
if [ "$usable" = "0" -a "$demo" != "" ]
then
if [ "$MLT_CONSUMER" == "westley:" ]
then export WESTLEY_CONSUMER="westley:$demo.westley"
bash $demo -consumer $WESTLEY_CONSUMER
inigo +$demo.txt out=100 $demo.westley $demo.westley -filter watermark:watermark1.png composite.fill=1 composite.geometry=85%,5%:10%x10%
elif [ "$MLT_CONSUMER" == "westley" ]
then bash $demo -consumer $MLT_CONSUMER | less
else bash $demo -consumer $MLT_CONSUMER
fi
elif [ "$usable" != "" ]
then
echo
echo Unable to locate suitable files for the demo - please provide them.
read pause
fi
stty sane
done

done

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mlt_all All clips clip*
mlt_effect_in_middle Filter in/out clip1.mpeg
mlt_watermark Watermark clip2.dv,watermark1.png
mlt_my_name_is My name is... clip3.dv
mlt_composite_transition A composite transition clip1.dv,clip2.mpeg
mlt_fade_in_and_out Fade in and out clip1.dv,clip2.mpeg,clip3.dv
mlt_clock_in_and_out Clock in and out clip2.dv,clip1.dv,clip3.mpeg
mlt_obscure Obscure clip2.mpeg,circle.png
mlt_audio_stuff Audio Stuff clip*.dv,music1.ogg
mlt_levels Audio and Video Levels clip*.dv
mlt_titleshadow_watermark Shadowed Title and Watermark clip3.dv
mlt_intro Station Promo into Story? watermark1.png,clip3.mpeg,music1.ogg
mlt_voiceover Voiceover 2 clips with title clip1.dv,clip2.mpeg,music1.ogg
mlt_avantika_title GJ-TTAvantika title pango.westley
mlt_title_over_gfx Title over graphic watermark1.png,clip1.dv
mlt_slideshow Slideshow Scotland
mlt_bouncy Bouncy, Bouncy clip1.dv,clip3.dv
mlt_bouncy_ball Bouncy, Bouncy Ball clip1.mpeg,clip3.mpeg,circle.png
mlt_news Breaking News clip1.dv,clip2.dv
mlt_squeeze Squeeze Transitions clip1.dv,clip2.dv,clip3.dv
mlt_squeeze_box Squeeze Box clip1.dv,clip2.dv,clip3.dv
mlt_jcut J Cut clip1.dv,clip2.dv
mlt_lcut L Cut clip1.dv,clip2.dv
mlt_fade_black Fade from/to black/silence clip3.mpeg
mlt_push Push wipe clip1.mpeg, clip2.mpeg
mlt_ticker Ticker tape clip1.dv
mlt_attributes Attributes clip1.dv
mlt_slideshow_black Composite slideshow Scotland

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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<smil xmlns:smil2="http://www.w3.org/2001/SMIL20/Language">
<seq title="MLT" copyright="2004" abstract="foo man choo">
<video src="clip2.dv" clipBegin="171" clipEnd="450"/>
</seq>
<seq title="Demo">
<video src="clip2.dv" clipBegin="0" clipEnd="170"/>
</seq>
<seq>
<video src="clip1.dv" clipBegin="0" clipEnd="159"/>
<video src="clip3.dv" clipBegin="0" clipEnd="106"/>
</seq>
</smil>

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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE westley SYSTEM "../src/modules/westley/westley.dtd" [
<!ENTITY name "Westley">
]>
<westley>
<producer id="producer0">
<property name="mlt_service">pango</property>
<property name="text">Hello &name;,
My name is Inigo Montoya.</property>
</producer>
</westley>

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inigo \
clip* \
$*

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inigo clip1.dv \
meta.attr.location=1 meta.attr.location.markup="Location" \
meta.attr.exclusive=1 meta.attr.exclusive.markup="Exclusive" \
meta.attr.special=1 meta.attr.special.markup="Special" \
meta.attr.super=1 meta.attr.super.0="Line 1" meta.attr.super.1="Line 2" \
-filter data_show \
$*

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inigo \
clip*.dv \
-track music1.ogg \
-filter volume:0.5 normalise= track=0 \
-transition mix out=9999 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
$*

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inigo \
pango.westley \
$*

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inigo \
clip3.dv \
-filter \
watermark:clip1.dv \
composite.start=10%,10%:20%x20% \
composite.key[33]=30%,70%:25%x25% \
composite.key[66]=70%,30%:15%x15% \
composite.end=70%,70%:20%x20% \
composite.out=100 \
$*

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inigo \
clip3.dv \
-track \
clip1.dv \
-transition \
region:circle \
composite.geometry="10%,10%:20%x20%;33=30%,70%:25%x25%;66=70%,30%:15%x15%;-1=70%,70%:20%x20%" \
composite.out=100 \
composite.softness=0.1 \
a_track=0 \
b_track=1 \
in=0 \
out=5000 \
$*

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inigo \
clip2.dv in=100 out=174 -blank 99 clip3.dv in=100 \
-track \
-blank 49 clip3.mpeg in=100 out=249 \
-transition luma:luma1.pgm softness=0.5 in=50 out=74 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
-transition luma:luma1.pgm softness=0.2 in=175 out=199 a_track=0 b_track=1 reverse=1 \
$*

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inigo \
clip1.dv out=74 \
-track \
-blank 49 clip2.mpeg \
-transition composite:57%,10%:33%x33% end=0%,0%:100%x100% progressive=1 distort=true in=50 out=74 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
-transition mix:-1 in=50 out=74 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
$*

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inigo \
clip1.mpeg in=100 out=500 \
-filter greyscale in=100 out=199 \
$*

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inigo \
colour:black out=199 \
-track \
clip3.mpeg in=100 out=299 \
-transition luma in=0 out=49 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
-transition luma in=150 out=199 a_track=0 b_track=1 reverse=1 \
-filter volume in=0 out=49 track=1 gain=0 end=1.0 \
-filter volume in=150 out=199 track=1 gain=1.0 end=0 \
$*

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inigo \
clip1.dv out=74 -blank 99 clip3.dv in=25 \
-track \
-blank 49 clip2.mpeg out=149 \
-transition luma in=50 out=74 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
-transition luma in=175 out=199 a_track=0 b_track=1 reverse=1 \
-transition mix:-1 in=50 out=74 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
-transition mix:-1 in=175 out=199 a_track=0 b_track=1 reverse=1 \
$*

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inigo \
music1.ogg in=100 out=224 \
-track \
watermark1.png out=124 \
clip3.mpeg \
-mix 25 \
-mixer luma resource=luma1.pgm softness=0.2 \
-transition mix:-1 in=100 out=124 \
$*

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inigo \
-blank 49 \
clip2.dv in=100 \
-track \
clip1.dv out=99 \
-transition \
mix start=0 end=1 in=49 out=50 a_track=1 b_track=0 \
-transition \
mix:1 in=51 out=99 a_track=1 b_track=0 \
$*

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inigo \
clip1.dv out=100 \
-track \
-blank 49 \
clip2.dv in=100 \
-transition \
luma in=50 out=55 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
-transition \
mix:1 in=50 out=98 a_track=1 b_track=0 \
-transition \
mix start=1 end=0 in=99 out=100 a_track=1 b_track=0 \
$*

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inigo \
*.dv \
-filter gamma:1.5 \
-filter volume normalise=-20db \
$*

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inigo \
clip3.dv \
-track \
"+My name is Inigo Montoya.txt" out=99 -blank 49 "+Prepare to die!.txt" out=99 \
-track \
-blank 74 "+You killed my father.txt" out=74 \
-transition composite:50%,20%:5%x4% end=10%,20%:80%x12% distort=1 halign=centre valign=centre in=0 out=99 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
-transition composite:0%,70%:100%x10% end=100%,70%:100%x10% in=75 out=149 a_track=0 b_track=2 \
-transition composite:25%,25%:50%x50%! in=150 out=249 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
$*

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inigo \
colour:black out=199 \
-track \
clip1.dv in=0 out=0 -repeat 99 clip1.dv \
-track \
clip2.dv out=199 \
-track \
pango: text=" Breaking News
MLT Rocks India" bgcolour=0xff000080 out=149 \
pango: text=" Breaking News
MLT Rocks the World" bgcolour=0xff000080 out=349 \
-transition mix:0.5 always_active=1 a_track=0 b_track=2 \
-transition composite geometry=50%,15%:37.5%x40% a_track=0 b_track=1 in=0 out=174 \
-transition composite geometry=10%,15%:37.5%x40% a_track=0 b_track=2 in=0 out=199 \
-transition composite geometry="50%,15%:37.540%x40%;-1=0%,0%:100%x100%" a_track=0 b_track=1 in=174 out=199 distort=1 \
-transition composite geometry=10%,65%:90%x20% a_track=0 b_track=3 in=0 out=199 \
-transition composite geometry=10%,65%:90%x20% a_track=1 b_track=3 in=200 out=499 \
$*

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inigo \
clip2.mpeg \
-filter obscure:25%,25%:25%x25%:10x10 in=0 out=68 \
-filter region:circle.png filter=obscure composite.start=55%,25%:12%x50% in=68 out=200 \
$*

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inigo \
-blank 49 colour:black out=25 -blank 999 \
-track \
clip3.dv in=200 out=275 \
-track \
-blank 49 \
clip2.dv in=200 \
-transition \
composite in=50 out=75 a_track=0 b_track=1 \
start=0,0:100%x100%:100 \
end=100%,0:100%x100%:100 \
-transition \
composite in=50 out=75 a_track=0 b_track=2 \
start=-100%,0:100%x100%:100 \
end=0,0:100%x100%:100 \
-transition \
mix:-1 in=50 out=75 a_track=1 b_track=2 \
$*

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inigo \
Scotland/.all.jpg ttl=75 \
-filter luma:luma1.pgm luma.softness=0.1 luma.invert=0 \
$*

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inigo Scotland/.all.jpg ttl=100 \
-filter watermark:colour:black reverse=1 composite.geometry="15%,15%:10%,10%;0.1625=0,0:100%x100%;-.1625=;-1=70%,70%:10%x10%" composite.mirror_off=1 composite.cycle=100 composite.fill=1 composite.valign=c composite.halign=c \
$*

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inigo \
clip1.dv out=124 clip2.dv out=149 clip3.dv in=75 out=224 clip1.dv \
-track \
-blank 99 colour:black out=49 -blank 99 colour:black out=49 -blank 99 colour:black out=49 \
-group progressive=1 distort=1 \
-transition composite geometry="0%,0%:100%x100%;25=50%,0%:5%x100%;-1=0%,0%:100%x100%" a_track=1 b_track=0 in=100 out=149 \
-transition composite geometry="0%,0%:100%x100%;25=0%,50%:100%x5%;-1=0%,0%:100%x100%" a_track=1 b_track=0 in=250 out=299 \
-transition composite geometry="0%,0%:100%x100%;25=100%,0%:5%x100%;-1=0%,0%:100%x100%" a_track=1 b_track=0 in=400 out=449 \
$*

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inigo \
clip1.dv out=124 clip2.dv out=149 clip3.dv in=75 out=224 clip1.dv \
-track \
-blank 99 colour:black out=49 -blank 99 colour:black out=49 -blank 99 colour:black out=49 \
-group progressive=1 \
-transition composite:0%,0%:100%x100% key[25]=50%,0%:5%x100% end=0%,0%:100%x100% a_track=1 b_track=0 in=100 out=149 \
-transition composite:0%,0%:100%x100% key[25]=0%,50%:100%x5% end=0%,0%:100%x100% a_track=1 b_track=0 in=250 out=299 \
-transition composite:0%,0%:100%x100% key[25]=100%,0%:5%x100% end=0%,0%:100%x100% a_track=1 b_track=0 in=400 out=449 \
$*

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inigo \
clip1.dv out=299 \
-track \
colour:black out=299 \
-track \
"+The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog..txt" \
out=299 \
-transition \
composite a_track=0 b_track=1 out=299 distort=1 \
start=0,70%:100%x64:100 \
-transition \
composite a_track=0 b_track=2 out=299 titles=1 \
start=100%,70%:999%x20% \
end=-299%,70%:999%x20% \
$*

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inigo \
watermark1.png out=9999 \
-track \
"+title over gfx.txt" fgcolour=0x000000ff \
-track \
clip1.dv \
-transition \
composite start=30%,20%:40%x60% \
in=50 \
out=199 \
a_track=0 \
b_track=1 \
distort=1 \
-transition \
composite:0%,75%:100%x20%:0 \
in=50 \
out=199 \
a_track=2 \
b_track=0 \
key[24]=0%,75%:100%x20%:100 \
key[-25]=0%,75%:100%x20%:100 \
luma=luma1.pgm \
end=0%,75%:100%x20%:0 \
distort=1 \
$*

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inigo \
"+hello~world.txt" align=1 out=1000 \
-track "+hello~world.txt" align=1 out=1000 fgcolour=0x000000ff \
-track watermark1.png out=1000 \
-track clip3.dv \
-filter greyscale track=2 \
-transition composite:21%,11%:100%x100%:50 end=61%,41%:100%x100% out=99 a_track=3 b_track=1 \
-transition composite:20%,10%:100%x100% end=60%,40%:100%x100% out=99 a_track=3 b_track=0 \
-transition composite:85%,80%:10%x10%:30 out=1000 a_track=3 b_track=2 \
$*

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inigo \
"+voice over demo.txt" \
font="Sans Bold 72" \
fgcolour=0x00000000 \
bgcolour=0xff9933aa \
pad=10 \
-track music1.ogg \
-track clip1.dv out=149 clip2.mpeg \
-transition \
mix:0.0 \
end=0.6 \
in=75 \
out=99 \
a_track=2 \
b_track=1 \
-transition \
mix:0.6 \
in=100 \
out=299 \
a_track=2 \
b_track=1 \
-transition \
mix:0.6 \
end=0.0 \
in=300 \
out=324 \
a_track=2 \
b_track=1 \
-transition \
composite:0%,80%:100%x20% \
distort=1 \
in=100 \
out=299 \
a_track=2 \
b_track=0 \
$*

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inigo \
clip2.dv out=1000 \
-track \
watermark1.png out=1000 \
-transition composite fill=1 in=0 out=1000 a_track=0 b_track=1 geometry=85%,5%:10%x10% \
$*

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<playlist>
<entry>
<multitrack>
<playlist>
<producer id="foo" in="100" out="149">
<property name="resource">clip2.mpeg</property>
</producer>
<blank length="25"/>
<entry producer="foo" in="10" out="59"/>
</playlist>
<playlist>
<blank length="25"/>
<producer id="bar" in="100" out="149">
<property name="resource">clip3.mpeg</property>
</producer>
<entry out="99" producer="bar"/>
</playlist>
</multitrack>
<filter track="0">
<property name="mlt_service">greyscale</property>
</filter>
<transition in="25" out="49" a_track="0" b_track="1">
<property name="mlt_service">luma</property>
</transition>
<transition in="75" out="99" a_track="0" b_track="1" mlt_service="luma">
<property name="reverse" value="1"/>
</transition>
</entry>

<entry>
<multitrack>
<playlist>
<entry producer="foo" in="100" out="149"/>
<blank length="25"/>
<entry producer="foo" in="10" out="59"/>
</playlist>
<playlist>
<blank length="25"/>
<entry producer="bar" in="100" out="149"/>
<entry out="99" producer="bar"/>
</playlist>
</multitrack>
<transition in="25" out="49" a_track="0" b_track="1">
<property name="mlt_service">luma</property>
</transition>
<transition in="75" out="99" a_track="0" b_track="1" mlt_service="luma">
<property name="reverse">1</property>
</transition>
</entry>

</playlist>

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<westley>
<producer id="video">
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Miracle Control Protocol (DVCP) Reference Documentation

Copyright (C) 2004 Ushodaya Enterprised Limited
Author: Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>
Last Revision: 2004-03-20


General Format
--------------
DVCP is an ASCII-based request/response TCP protocol much like FTP and
inspired by the SGI MVCP (Multiport Video Computer Protocol). Each
command is three to eight characters long followed by zero or more
arguments. Every item (command or argument) in the request is delimited
by a space and terminated with a new line. Arguments that contain spaces
must be surrounded by double quotation marks. The new line must contain
a line feed optionally preceeded by a carriage return. There are no
request header lines or body.


Response Codes
--------------
Responses consist of a numeric result code followed by a space folowed
by a brief textual description of the result. No quoting is applied to
descriptions regardless if it contains spaces. The result codes are
grouped by the hundreds into general categories of responses. Anything
in the 200-299 range is considered a success and anything 300 and above
is an error or exception. Most responses do not contain a body except
some of the success results that report information and sometimes the
500 Server Error returns specific information.

A 200 result code contains no body.
A 201 result code contains one or more lines in the body, and an empty
line terminates the response.
A 202 result code contains only a single response line in the body.

Errors in the 400 range indicate a normally handled error where the
command could not perform its action due to protocol syntax errors or
problems with validation of one or more of the arguments. This usually
indicates that the client is responsible for performing an illegal
request.
Errors in the 500 range indicate a server error or exception.
The following is a list of response codes and their descriptions:
200 OK
201 OK
202 OK
400 Unknown command
401 Operation timed out
402 Argument missing
403 Unit not found
404 Failed to locate or open clip
405 Argument value out of range
500 Server Error


Establishing a Connection
-------------------------
One can connect to the miracle server using telnet or a custom client,
preferrably one developed using the valerie client API. The default port
is 5250. Connections can be broken at will or use the BYE command to
request the server to terminate the connection.


General Command Information
---------------------------

All commands are case insensitive. Arguments may or may not be case
sensitive. There are two categories of commands: global and unit. Global