[packman] [PM] transcode 1.2.0-3.1 (openSUSE_Leap 42.1/x86_64)

Dave Plater davejplater at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 14:54:13 CET 2016

On 1/7/16, Dave Plater <davejplater at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/7/16, Martin Hofius <martin at hofius-online.com> wrote:
>> Thank you for your fast reaction...
>> Greetings
>> Martin
>> Am 7. Januar 2016 10:29:38 MEZ, schrieb Dave Plater
>> <davejplater at gmail.com>:
>>>On 1/6/16, Martin Hofius <martin at hofius-online.com> wrote:
>>>> Hello Packman-Team,
>>>> a few days ago I updated transcode from packman to version 1.2.0 -
>>>> now I cannot create any dvd using dvdwizard. dvdwizard uses transcode
>>>> extract pictures from the dvd structure.
>>>> After further investigation the commandline syntax for the
>>>> export/encoding module seems to be drastically changed (was: -y
>>>> jpeg,null   is: -y V=???,A=null,M=???) and there is no more jpeg
>>>> for export in this new version. I tried to change the calling script
>>>> dvdwizard to the new syntax, but was not able to get any correct
>>>> I verified this with openSUSE Leap 42.1 and openSUSE 13.1, I guess
>>>> is the same problems for all versions.
>>>> So I would like to ask you to withdraw this update and to offer the
>>>> previous version again - or even better... (if there are good reasons
>>>> use the new version) provide both versions (as versions in a common
>>>> package or in two separate packages).
>>>> Thank you for your great work!
>>>> Martin
>>>I apologize  for the mess I caused with the transcode update. I'm
>>>currently finishing the testing and building of transcode-1.1.7 which
>>>is the latest version of the old transcode, I've cherry picked patches
>>>from all the distros that have had it for a few years now, the only
>>>distribution that was still on 1.1.5 was openSUSE/Packman. This is a
>>>mature well tested transcode that I will submit in due course today.
>>>Humble apologies,
>>>Dave Plater
> Submitted sr#2392 to Multimedia
> Dave
transcode-1.1.7 is in Packman and I've successfully ripped a dvd using
k3b with it which I assume means it's working.
Dave Plater

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