Bug#365516: gstreamer0.10-pitfdll: Doesn't handle "video/mpeg" that
MPlayer can play
johan.walles at gmail.com
Tue May 2 21:00:21 UTC 2006
Adding those dependencies made the gst-launch-0.10 command line play
the movie with sound and all. Whee!
I'm usually using MPlayer. But when I saw the gstreamer0.10-pitfdll
thing I thought that it should be just what I needed to make the
default Gnome apps play everything I want.
The default media player for Gnome seems to be Totem, since that's
what gnome-desktop-environment-2.12.3 (the current version in Testing)
And Totem depends on a bunch of gstreamer-0.8 stuff.
So I'm starting to realize that getting gstreamer-0.10 going didn't
help me very much at all :-(. And it won't until Totem gets built
against gstreamer-0.10 (that's bug 329349) or whatever.
Anyway, thanks for the quick replies! Gstreamer 0.10 seems to work OK
for me now. You may or may not want to add some dependencies.
Have fun :-) //Johan
2006/5/2, Sebastian Dröge <slomo at slomosnail.de>:
> Am Dienstag, den 02.05.2006, 22:28 +0200 schrieb Johan Walles:
> > 2006/5/2, Sebastian Dröge <slomo at slomosnail.de>:
> > > Do you have gstreamer0.10-plugins-base installed? It contains the
> > > playbin element...
> > Nope. If it's important, shouldn't something depend on it?
> > Anyway, I installed it and tried the same command line again:
> > "
> > johan at foo:/tmp$ LANG=C gst-launch-0.10 playbin uri=file:///tmp/johan.mpg
> > Setting pipeline to PAUSED ...
> > Pipeline is PREROLLING ...
> > ERROR: from element /playbin0: Both autoaudiosink and alsasink
> > elements are missing.
> > Additional debug info:
> > gstplaybin.c(757): gen_audio_element (): /playbin0
> > ERROR: pipeline doesn't want to preroll.
> > Setting pipeline to NULL ...
> > FREEING pipeline ...
> > "
> *sigh* ok, you're definitely missing a bunch of dependencies :)
> Should do the job for you... for the Depends... what movie player are
> you using normally? totem?
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