Videos on Lesson 1 don't work

Bug #601756 reported by Spike Burch
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Bug Description

Both j and z lack working video playback. No errors outputted in console.

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Mackenzie Morgan (maco.m) wrote : Re: [Bug 601756] [NEW] Videos on Lesson 1 don't work

Did it used to work for you and broke recently? No video code has
changed, and it was working for me a couple weeks ago. Possibly a
missing dependency. Can dragon play the videos for you?

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Spike Burch (spikeb) wrote :

No. Totem does, though.

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Spike Burch (spikeb) wrote :

Update:

Works on Kubuntu. Bug only shows up on Ubuntu in gnome.

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Mackenzie Morgan (maco.m) wrote : Re: [Bug 601756] Re: Videos on Lesson 1 don't work

Are those two different computers? The j and z were Quicktime files before which
maybe you don't have the xine stuff on the Ubuntu machine? After your change
to ogg, does everything work?

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Spike Burch (spikeb) wrote :

Yes, they are technically different machines (kubuntu is in a vm). As far as the videos, they still don't work in Gally after the change. Dragon can play them now though.

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Alan Bell (alanbell) wrote :

some videos also broken for me on Ubuntu Gnome, some in lesson 4 work but England/English does not and the j and z in lesson 1 don't work (but there is audio)

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Mackenzie Morgan (maco.m) wrote :

You see nothing for England/English because that photo doesn't exist ;-)

Are you looking at the ogg or mov j & z Alan?

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Mackenzie Morgan (maco.m) wrote :

Do you two have xine installer or Phonon configured to use gstreamer? GNOME uses gstreamer by default and KDE, xine, but I don't know what all you have installed. Either way, I'm pretty sure it's a codec thing.

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