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0000219KdenliveMLTpublic2008-10-17 15:582008-11-12 22:22
Reporternadavkav 
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PrioritynormalSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
StatusclosedResolutionfixed 
PlatformOSOS Version
Product Version 
Target Version0.7.0Fixed in Version0.7.0 
Summary0000219: does not play vorbis audio in ogg files
Descriptioni add ogg / ogv video clips to the project and when i double-click them
to see the properties i see 2 audio channels in vorbis audio codec format
but i am unable to hear them or to see their audio thumbnails on the timeline tracks.

video plays fine.

i got those kind of files from a screen capture application called recordMyDesktop

and i also tested several files i found on my system that i know they are good Ogg files. none of them loads correctly into kdenlive although they are played and visually viewed by other applications (kmplayer,amarok...)

playing them in mplayer (cli) i get this output:
Playing out-5.ogv.
Ogg stream 0 is of an unknown type
[Ogg] stream 1: video (Theora v3.2.1), -vid 0
[Ogg] stream 2: audio (Vorbis), -aid 0
Ogg file format detected.
.
.
.
Opening audio decoder: [ffmpeg] FFmpeg/libavcodec audio decoders
AUDIO: 44100 Hz, 2 ch, s16le, 256.0 kbit/18.14% (ratio: 32000->176400)
Selected audio codec: [ffvorbis] afm: ffmpeg (FFmpeg Vorbis decoder)
==========================================================================
AO: [alsa] 48000Hz 2ch s16le (2 bytes per sample)
Starting playback...
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(0000430)
madsdyd (administrator)
2008-10-17 21:31

I can confirm there is an issue.

First: I am building with my wizard, and it has an error, where it does not pass --enable-libvorbis to ffmpeg configure, but only --enable-libtheora. I will release a new version with a fix for this, shortly. Interesstingly, this does not seem to matter, as ffplay will load a system wide lib with support for ogg anyway. However, it needs to go there, I reckon.

Second: My freshly compiled ffplay (configured with --enable-libvorbis) does play a local ogg file. However, the inigo command line program does _not_ play this ogg file. It opens a video window, but no sound occurs. Playing e.g. wav/mp3 works fine.

I have therefore changed this to an MLT issue: inigo does not play ogg files for me, and I reckon Kdenlive wont be able to play ogg files until inigo does?

I have posted a question about it to the MLT list too.
(0000431)
madsdyd (administrator)
2008-10-18 09:14

Dan Dennedy has been able to reproduce this issue in MLT, and will look into it. I believe that when the issue has been resolved in MLT, it will also be resolved for kdenlive.
(0000498)
madsdyd (administrator)
2008-10-21 09:06

This has been fixed in MLT rev 1188 - update your MLT installation, and you should be fine.

If you have trouble building/obtaining the KDE4/qt4 version of Kdenlive, please consult http://www.kdenlive.org/compile [^]

You may especially be interessted in the Kdenlive Builder Wizard, available at http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=85826 [^] .

Note, that you do not need to run KDE4 to build and run the Kdenlive KDE4 version.

The wizard also builds ffmpeg, mlt and mlt++ to the newest revisions.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2008-10-17 15:58 nadavkav New Issue
2008-10-17 21:31 madsdyd Note Added: 0000430
2008-10-17 21:31 madsdyd Status new => acknowledged
2008-10-17 21:31 madsdyd Category User Interface => MLT
2008-10-18 09:14 madsdyd Note Added: 0000431
2008-10-18 09:14 madsdyd Status acknowledged => confirmed
2008-10-21 09:06 madsdyd Note Added: 0000498
2008-10-21 09:06 madsdyd Status confirmed => closed
2008-10-21 09:06 madsdyd Resolution open => fixed
2008-10-21 09:06 madsdyd Fixed in Version => Recent git
2008-10-23 00:20 madsdyd Target Version => 0.7.0
2008-11-12 22:22 madsdyd Fixed in Version Recent git => 0.7.0


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