[packman] [PM] kde4-kdenlive 0.7.6-0.pm.1.3 (openSUSE 11.1/i586)

oldcpu oldcpu at opensuse-forums.org
Wed Feb 17 23:37:37 CET 2010

I'm also a heavy kdenlive user , and I do note that the latest packman
kdenlive works on a 64-bit openSUSE-11.2 with KDE-4.3.4 from a community
repository.  That makes me optimistic it will work with the official
openSUSE KDE-4.3.5 for 11.2 which is anticipated very soon.

I was very happy to see the latest mlt-0.5.0-0.pm.2.1.x86_64,
libmlt2-0.5.0-0.pm.2.1.x86_64 and libmlt++3-0.5.0-0.pm.2.1.x86_64 work
with kde4-kdenlive-0.7.6-0.pm.1.2.x86_64.

The latest mlt version provides limited vdpau capabilities to kdenlive,
and I'm now able to process some video clips on an older 32-bit
althlon-2800 (with a GeForce 8400GS) that gave me a bit more problems
before the more recent mlt update (update less than 24 hours ago). I
suspect that imporovement may be due to the updated mlt, albeit I'm not
100% certain.  Still, I much prefer using my faster Intel Core i7 920
(with 6GB RAM) when it comes to using kdenlive. :)


On 02/17/2010 09:34 PM, Toni wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 17. Februar 2010 schrieb Jakub:
>> Dear Packman cerw, Dear Toni Graffy,
>> It has been weeks now since kdenlive 0.7.6 became a broke on my openSUSE
>> distribution and I have some very urgent projects unfinished. Trying to
>> start from scratch in other non-liear editors was a waste of time.
>> On the behalf of other users, who - like myself - do not posess the skills
>> to compile the kdenlive 0.7.7, I would like to most kindly ask you to
>> package them for suse 11.2 as soon as it is possible.
>> kdenlive 0.7.6 is broken with qt 4.6.1 and of no use in kde 4.4.0.
> we build against original SuSE packages, so kde is 4.3.x.
> if you upgraded to kde 4.4.x, you must wait until we build against factory and 
> or until SuSE 11.3 is published
>> Thank you in advance for an answer and the packaging.
>> Best regards,
>> Jakub Kinowski, Poland.

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