I’m just curious. In Pencil2D, the timeline starts at frame 1. Whereas in most video editing programs including free and open-source like Kdenlive, or an alternative to Pencil2D like Krita, even though animation is the secondary job, the timeline starts at frame 0. This would make it hard for me to know the precise order of the frames if I were to export them and import them into Kdenlive for compiling into an animation. This raises the question “Should I place Animation Frame 1 in Video Editor Frame 0 or extend Animation Frame 1 from Video Editor Frame 1 to Frame 2, with the remaining Animation Frames starting at Video Editor Frame 3, or is it Frame 2?” This is very contradictory, complicated and outright confusing!
Please help me! S.O.S.!