Michael Shigorin | 3 Feb 21:38 2007
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0.9.5 build fix (in some conditions) (was: Fwd: Re: [devel] kino-0.9.3 build loop: help needed)

On Thu, Dec 21, 2006 at 09:26:48AM +0000, Michael Shigorin wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 20, 2006 at 11:39:44PM -0800, Dan Dennedy wrote:
> > This patch does not apply against our spec file. They appear
> > to be quite different.
> I know.
> > I do not have enough RPM spec fu to apply this fix to ours
> > and no way to confirm it as I have no RPM-based system.
> It wasn't supposed to be a "spec fix", rather a "spec-based
> workaround for makefile deficiency".  If you're having trouble 
> guessing what implications it might have (I didn't quite
> understand the configure.in substitution but touch part
> seems like missing somewhere in makefile?), please tell so
> or Cc: Dmitry directly.

Thanks Damir, I'm now able to rebuild kino-0.9.5 in isolated
environment (where the above looping behaviour was observed)
-- maybe this version of patch is more mergeable?

PS: I'm still hoping to manage reviewing ru.po for 0.9 -- 
things went a bit as predicted near New Year, that taking into
account that I practically don't drink... there are couple of
small improvements for the translation.

PPS: sorry Gene, the mail is in the inbox but it's now a bit
of long backlog:

Msgs:115 New:41 Flag:71 Post:7 Inc:13 3.0M

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Dan Dennedy | 4 Feb 10:27 2007

Re: 0.9.5 build fix (in some conditions) (was: Fwd: Re: [devel] kino-0.9.3 build loop: help needed)

On Saturday 03 February 2007 12:38, Michael Shigorin wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 21, 2006 at 09:26:48AM +0000, Michael Shigorin wrote:
> > On Wed, Dec 20, 2006 at 11:39:44PM -0800, Dan Dennedy wrote:
> > > This patch does not apply against our spec file. They appear
> > > to be quite different.
> >
> > I know.
> >
> > > I do not have enough RPM spec fu to apply this fix to ours
> > > and no way to confirm it as I have no RPM-based system.
> >
> > It wasn't supposed to be a "spec fix", rather a "spec-based
> > workaround for makefile deficiency".  If you're having trouble
> > guessing what implications it might have (I didn't quite
> > understand the configure.in substitution but touch part
> > seems like missing somewhere in makefile?), please tell so
> > or Cc: Dmitry directly.
>
> Thanks Damir, I'm now able to rebuild kino-0.9.5 in isolated
> environment (where the above looping behaviour was observed)
> -- maybe this version of patch is more mergeable?

Yes, applied to CVS as of ChangeLog,v 1.334. Thanks.

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Dennis Veatch | 4 Feb 17:42 2007
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kino-0.9.5 and ffmpeg-0.9.4-pre1

Tried to compile kino-0.9.5 and got ;

frame.cc: In member function `bool Frame::CreateEncoder(bool, bool)':
frame.cc:1312: error: cannot convert `AVCodecContext' to `AVCodecContext*' in 
initialization
frame.cc:1330: error: 'struct AVCodecContext' has no member named 'time_base'
frame.cc: In member function `void Frame::EncodeRGB(uint8_t*)':
frame.cc:1404: error: cannot convert `AVCodecContext' to `AVCodecContext*' in 
initialization
make[3]: *** [frame.o] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kino-0.9.5/src'
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kino-0.9.5/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kino-0.9.5'
make: *** [all] Error 2

I am beginning to think an svn version of ffmpeg is needed. Is this correct?

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sean darcy | 4 Feb 17:50 2007
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Re: kino-0.9.5 and ffmpeg-0.9.4-pre1

On 2/4/07, Dennis Veatch <dennisveatch <at> bellsouth.net> wrote:
> Tried to compile kino-0.9.5 and got ;
>
> frame.cc: In member function `bool Frame::CreateEncoder(bool, bool)':
> frame.cc:1312: error: cannot convert `AVCodecContext' to `AVCodecContext*' in
> initialization
> frame.cc:1330: error: 'struct AVCodecContext' has no member named 'time_base'
> frame.cc: In member function `void Frame::EncodeRGB(uint8_t*)':
> frame.cc:1404: error: cannot convert `AVCodecContext' to `AVCodecContext*' in
> initialization
> make[3]: *** [frame.o] Error 1
> make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kino-0.9.5/src'
> make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kino-0.9.5/src'
> make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kino-0.9.5'
> make: *** [all] Error 2
>
> I am beginning to think an svn version of ffmpeg is needed. Is this correct?
>

Yes. Someday ffmpeg will actually make a release, but now svn is needed :(

sean

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Dennis Veatch | 4 Feb 18:48 2007
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Re: kino-0.9.5 and ffmpeg-0.9.4-pre1

On Sunday 04 February 2007 11:50:13 am sean darcy wrote:
> On 2/4/07, Dennis Veatch <dennisveatch <at> bellsouth.net> wrote:
> > Tried to compile kino-0.9.5 and got ;
> >
snip
> >
> > I am beginning to think an svn version of ffmpeg is needed. Is this
> > correct?
>
> Yes. Someday ffmpeg will actually make a release, but now svn is needed :(
>
> sean

Ah ok, thanks for the quick reply sean. Some gergooglepoking was starting to 
make me think that and wanted to sanity check myself before twiddling about 
with an svn version of ffmpeg. 

Yes and I agree. Given the timeframe and mucho changes between pre1 and to 
date, it would do no harm for them to make an "official realease". 

Which actually leads me to a bit of a quandary. I'm a developer for the 
lunar-linux distro and spend most of my time testing new releases of 
applications. Once satisfied I then bump the apps version in our repository 
like, kino :)

Which btw is my favorite video editing app because it handles 1394 extremely 
well and is not insanely complicated to use like, um well, I won't mention 
any names.

Anyway, to my point. We have a policy not to bump application versions in our 
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Re: kino-0.9.5 and ffmpeg-0.9.4-pre1

On Sunday, 04 February 2007 at 18:48, Dennis Veatch wrote:
[...]
> Thanks for listening to my ramblings.

You can always try and help ffmpeg folks to make a release.

That way we would all benefit. ;)

Regards,
R.

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Dennis Veatch | 4 Feb 19:05 2007
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Re: kino-0.9.5 and ffmpeg-0.9.4-pre1

On Sunday 04 February 2007 12:56:48 pm Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski wrote:
> On Sunday, 04 February 2007 at 18:48, Dennis Veatch wrote:
> [...]
>
> > Thanks for listening to my ramblings.
>
> You can always try and help ffmpeg folks to make a release.
>
> That way we would all benefit. ;)
>
> Regards,
> R.

Well, that's a good point. But having read their website and some of their 
mail archives, for me to make that offer leaves me with some apprehensions.

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Levente Novák | 7 Feb 22:10 2007
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Export to DVD with ffmpeg

I would like to know why the one and two pass ffmpeg export filters are
so overly complicated (e.g. for a VOB one could simply write ffmpeg -i
myfile.dv -target dvd -flags +ildct+ilme -ab 192k -o myfile.vob), and
also why is this filter specifying mpeg1video instead of the correct
mpeg2video?

Levente

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Dan Dennedy | 9 Feb 05:49 2007

Re: Export to DVD with ffmpeg

On Wednesday 07 February 2007 13:10, Levente Novák wrote:
> I would like to know why the one and two pass ffmpeg export filters are
> so overly complicated (e.g. for a VOB one could simply write ffmpeg -i
> myfile.dv -target dvd -flags +ildct+ilme -ab 192k -o myfile.vob), and

The complicated approach better leverages SMP for faster transcoding by 
putting DV decoder into one process and mpeg2 encoder in another. It is based 
upon a script I wrote that can do realtime DV-to-DVD encoding on my dual 
Athlon where the DV is direct from capture. Perhaps I should do the same for 
the other export scripts. OTOH, it makes it more difficult for users to make 
their own changes to the scripts.

> also why is this filter specifying mpeg1video instead of the correct
> mpeg2video?

I believe older versions of ffmpeg did not have mpeg2video, only mpeg1video, 
and it is still a valid input to mplex, which generates the output suitable 
for dvdauthor. I try to cover many ffmpeg versions and minimize the number of 
differences in options syntax required for each. The changes for ffmpeg 
versions gets encapsulated into ffmpeg_utils.sh.

I appreciate the questions. Please let me know if you think something is wrong 
as I do not always have time to keep on top of ffmpeg developments.

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Len Trigg | 10 Feb 02:25 2007
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Bug in FX create from File?


Hi there,

I'm using kino-0.9.5-1.fc6 and have a problem with creating FX using a
background image.  If I go to the FX tab, select Create, From File,
and then Render, the generated clip is garbled.  That's with the Video
Filter set to No Change. If I try using Titler and bung some titles
in, the titles appear OK, but the background image is still garbled.
Sliding the preview thumb shows a correct preview, it's just the
rendered clip that's corrupt.  I've tried with both png and jpg format
images and have the same problem.  Any ideas?

Cheers,
Len.

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