[packman] mlt/melt/kdenlive

Christoph Walzer christoph.walzer at wcr-edv.com
Wed Jan 16 14:51:48 CET 2013

For the sake of simplicity we can leave kdenlive
out of discussion since the problem is
simply reproducible by playing an mp3 file
with melt.

Compiled mlt-0.8.6 from sources. Compiled
ffmpeg-1.1.git from sources -> same problem.

BUT: moving back to ffmpeg-1.0 (compiled
from sources) -> all is good.

What i saw is: building mlt with ffmpeg-1.0
links against libavutil51 while building
with ffmpeg-1.1.git links against libavutil52.

Anyway: it seems to be definitely a mlt/ffmpeg
compatibility problem, occuring since the new
ffmpeg release.


On 01/15/2013 04:11 PM, Cristian Morales Vega wrote:
> On 15 January 2013 15:02, Christoph Walzer <christoph.walzer at wcr-edv.com> wrote:
>> Although i got my own neat little theory - are there any other ideas
>> and suggestions? Did i miss something? Most importantly: does
>> anybody else (besides Marcelo and myself) experience the problem?
> I had like 10 minutes to test this on the weekend and I couldn't
> reproduce it. But I don't use kdenlive so much.
> Can you explain in more detail how it happens? Do you want to open a
> video with MP3 audio or do you want to create a video with MP3 audio?
> Any specific profile?
> Also, something like:
> zypper --no-refresh se -s -i --match-any kdenlive melt mlt libav
> Would make it easier to know if you have some weird combination of packages.

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