December 10, 2022, 3:43pm
Hello Forum, I have created a Shotcut project locally on my notebook with “Proxy enabled” and would now like to copy my project to my server with multiple GPUs to ideally render or export the project via prefered via command line or via GUI on Linux. Unfortunately I haven’t found a tutorial for this and also no sufficient command line options of Shotcut. Maybe someone knows with it and has an idea where I can find a tutorial or information? Thx.
December 11, 2022, 4:56pm
See below for how best to organise your workflow to make it simple to move Shotcut projects from one computer to another. (click on the blue title)
Shotcut does not provide very much in the way of project management at this time. Rather, you are required to manage many aspects of this. There are a few things you should know:
Shotcut saves to a project file in a text format called MLT XML. (Technical detail on that format can be found here.)
The project file does not contain any of your media. Rather, it only links to your media files by file system path and name.
There are 3 different kinds of projects:
If you put a…
EDIT - See below for how to export using “melt” command-line:
There are detailed instructions to use the melt command line here:
Shotcut does NOT use the melt command line parameters to modify the export parameters. Rather, the MLT XML structure has a feature to embed the export parameters into an XML file that is passed to melt. The export XML looks exactly like the project file, but it has an additional <consumer> tag.
As a first step, export a project from Shotcut. In the Jobs panel, right click on the complete…
March 10, 2023, 3:44pm
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