I am using 0.9.6 on Fedora 20 with ffmpeg-2.1.4-1.
Gui crashes when using ffmpeg
The settings of ffmpeg (Normal MPEG) are:
|f=mpeg acodec=mp2 ab=128k ar=48000 vcodec=mpeg2video minrate=0
If I do the following steps
1. Go to Record Monitor tab in Clip Monitor
2. Select FFmpeg in combo box
3. Select either Video or Audio
4. Click on Record button
5. Click on Stop button
then kdenlive GUi freezes :(
The only useful information is
[wav @ 0x7f676015cc40] Encoder did not produce proper pts, making
And I have to send a signal to term the process...
The Screen grab works fine... any ideas?
Thanks in advance
Certificado Linux LPIC-2
I am running F20 PPC64 on a Mac G5. I have been able to download the
source RPM's from RPM Fusion and do an rpmbuild --rebuild on most of my
needed packages. However, I am running into an issue with these three
packages. I download the ffmpeg srpm, and it says that I need gpac, and
x264. However, when I download the x264 or gpac srpm and try to compile
it, it says that I need ffmpeg. This is worse than dll hell!
Is there a manual/instructions on getting around this circular logic. I
am stuck in a catch-22.
Thanks in advance,
Do you have any plans to put out an RPM for Openshot 2.0? Have you tried
compiling it yet to see if it gives any issues? I'm planning on giving it
a try this weekend. Let me know if you know of any show-stoppers.
The MythArchive plugin for MythTV can make DVDs from TV recordings. I
have used it for several years with the optional java-based ProjectX as
a robust demultiplexer and m2vrequantiser as a shrink-to-fit utility.
It seems that m2vrequantiser is available as a package from rpmfusion,
but that package is based on source code from 2003. I do not know how
much it is used but I have heard of problems with it. I use use a
version based on later code released by the same company which is
The download includes a README.txt, and in my experience it 'just
works.' I believe that, if rpmfusion is to offer a package, it should
be based on this one.
I am not sure about redistributing ProjectX; I understand that Ubuntu
do so, but their version is at present too old to work properly with
MythArchive. The most recent GNU tarball is available as a download
from the foot of this page:
Build with build.sh,
and I run the job with 'ionice -c3 java -jar ProjectX.jar <options>'