[mythtv-commits] Ticket #9199: Non default options cause fatal errors

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Tue Nov 16 10:58:14 UTC 2010

#9199: Non default options cause fatal errors
 Reporter:  Bedlore <bedlore@…>          |           Owner:  beirdo  
     Type:  defect                       |          Status:  assigned
 Priority:  minor                        |       Milestone:  unknown 
Component:  Apps - Nuvexport             |         Version:  0.23.1  
 Severity:  high                         |      Resolution:          
 Keywords:                               |   Ticket locked:  0       

Comment (by beirdo):

 Replying to [comment:6 Christian Marillat <marillat@…>]:
 > Replying to [comment:5 beirdo]:
 > > This is not an error, this is a warning.  It is where it is trying to
 compare the version of yuvdenoise, but somehow it is not working on your
 > yuvdenoise is waiting for datas. You may try to use the -h flags to have
 something more readable.

 What was reported as a bug was not in fact a bug.  If it's stuck waiting
 for data, it's likely because ffmpeg is being screwy, once again.

 > This ffmpeg package come from the debian-multimedia.org repository. This
 package has been build with all options enabled :
 > $ ffmpeg -codecs | grep -i aac
 >   DEA    aac             Advanced Audio Coding[[BR]]
 >   EA    libfaac         libfaac AAC (Advanced Audio Codec)

 As you are not the original poster, you can not speak to what his copy of
 nuvexport would say if he chose the disabled options.  I said aac in
 particular as this is a common issue that happens with license-crippled
 versions of ffmpeg.  But to find out the actual issue, the user needs to
 go into nuvexport and see what was being detected as missing.

 > > That leaves us with only one "bug".  That is that ffmpeg once AGAIN
 changed its command line in a newer revision.  I so hate their
 inconsistancy.  I'll ponder on this, and what to do to fix it.
 > ffmpeg 0.6.1 is the current stable release. I think you must support
 stable release.

 There is no requirement that we "must" support any release at all.  ffmpeg
 is notorious for jerking their users around by changing the command line
 arguments repeatedly and for no apparent good reason.

 Anyways, I await feedback from the original poster on the matter of the
 disabled codecs, but I still need to decide on how to proceed with this.
 I'm tired of endlessly tweaking ffmpeg command lines.

Ticket URL: <http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/ticket/9199#comment:7>
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