[PD] pdp_rec~ crashes on ubuntu Jaunty/Pd-extended 0.41.4
ydegoyon at gmail.com
ydegoyon at gmail.com
Thu Jul 16 16:12:22 CEST 2009
i was exactly thinking that yesterday that one of the reason
of the failure of linux is that people update
components without testing the whole system,
yesterday, an update of java fucked a few things here...
so why don't you stick to stable versions ? ( e.g. hardy here )
the updates of libquicktime have always been problematic,
and frankly boring...
no i have no time to test on 10 flavors of linux...
not to speak of osx...
theora's interface is much more stable, surprinsingly,
so why don't you use it
it it's just for recording?
John Harrison wrote:
> Yves what distro do you run? Are bugs I find more likely to be fixed
> if I run the same distro as you? Also what happens with pdp_rec? It
> remains as undocumented and broken for the latest debian distros for
> some unspecified amount of time? Any method already in place for
> keeping track of bugs in pdp/PiDiP?
> On 7/16/09, ydegoyon at gmail.com <ydegoyon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> sorry for that..
>> you can suspect something changed in libquicktime interface
>> but i have no jaumty here...
>> you can try to record in theora format
>> with pdp_theorout~,
>> after all it will be already compressed
>> as you want and ready to publish on the web
>> John Harrison wrote:
>>> Sorry my other machine where [pdp_rec~] works is ubuntu Intrepid
>>> (8.10) not Hardy as stated below.
>>> On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 2:29 AM, John Harrison
>>> <johnharrisonwsu at gmail.com <mailto:johnharrisonwsu at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> This simple patch crashes every time on ubuntu Jaunty/Pd-extended
>>> 0.41.4. The same patch works fine on my ubuntu Hardy machine, also
>>> with Pd-extended 0.41.4 It doesn't matter if I try a different
>>> video compressor. It still crashes.
>>> Just click on the filename, then click on [start(.
>>> On the Jaunty machine, the help patch for [pdp_rec~] doesn't work
>>> either. A quick workaround fix would be greatly appreciated, if
>>> one is possible. Or am I missing something really obvious?
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