Marc-André Lureau | 12 Jan 02:27 2010

ANNOUNCE: GNOME Media 2.28.5

GNOME Media 2.28.5 is now available, get it here:


Contributors to this release: Bastien Nocera, Alexey Fisher, Frederic
Peters, Martin Sourada & Matthias Clasen.

- sound-recorder
  + bug 595564 - fix wrong behavior on cancel
  + bug 595830 - make "save as" default option

- gnome-volume-control
  + Fix bluriness in level bar
  + Fix setting the application's startup page
  + Update sink and source descriptions when they change

- added/updated translations
  + en <at> shaw, courtesy of Thomas Thurman
  + hu, courtesy of Gabor Kelemen
  + lt, courtesy of Rimas Kudelis
  + nds, courtesy of Nils-Christoph Fiedler
  + sl, courtesy of Matej Urban?i?

and a happy new year!


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Zeeshan Ali (Khattak | 24 Jan 20:59 2010

Rygel 0.4.10

Rygel 0.4.10 (A Human Reaction) is out!

Another release in the stable 0.4.x series. Changes since 0.4.8:

- Restart application on SIGHUP.
- Fix cancellation of HTTP streams and in turn a critical leak.
- Correct condition for byte-seeking.
- Correctly handle boolean commandline options.
- Enable check for Vala if any stamp file is absent.
- Fix condition for partial content transfer.
- Correct linker argument order. This should fix the build issue on Gentoo.
- Work-around for an automake bug.
- Limit search slice to result size.
- Fix a spelling mistake in error message.
- Tell valac to put debugging symbols to generated code so gdb can refer to
  lines in the Vala source code.

Bug fixes in this release:

601395 - restart on SIGHUP

All contributors to this release:

Zeeshan Ali (Khattak) <zeeshanak <at>>
Jens Georg <mail <at>>

Download source tarball here:

What is Rygel?
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Rajinder Sandhu | 25 Jan 10:46 2010

configuring sound recorder

Dear Sir,
I am unable to configure gnome-sound-recorder 2.28.1. It has mp3 cbr 128 kbps format  for recording but I want to change it to VBR 8 or 9. Please guide me how to do it? I have gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly-multiverse installed. Presently I have to do it with Audacity.
Warm regards,

Rajinder Sandhu

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