error when trying to rip

Reported by hph on 2007-03-07
4
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
KungFu
Low
Jason Gerard DeRose

Bug Description

When i try to rip any movie, the application hangs. It leaves the following terminal output:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/hp_hammer/Documents/kungfu-0.2.3/KungFu/kf_gtk.py", line 461, in _on_clicked
    self._backend.ripper.rip(rip_list)
  File "/home/hp_hammer/Documents/kungfu-0.2.3/KungFu/kf_gst.py", line 618, in rip
    self._rip_title()
  File "/home/hp_hammer/Documents/kungfu-0.2.3/KungFu/kf_gst.py", line 639, in _rip_title
    self._titleripper = TitleRipper(title)
  File "/home/hp_hammer/Documents/kungfu-0.2.3/KungFu/kf_gst.py", line 555, in __init__
    self._audio = AudioTranscoder(title)
  File "/home/hp_hammer/Documents/kungfu-0.2.3/KungFu/kf_gst.py", line 416, in __init__
    self._rsmpl = gst.element_factory_make('audioresample')
gst.ElementNotFoundError: audioresample

The same happened both with the suse rpm and the source tarball.
i'm using suse 10.0
What does this mean, and how can i fix it?

Changed in kungfu:
assignee: nobody → jderose
importance: Undecided → Low
status: Unconfirmed → Confirmed
Jason Gerard DeRose (jderose) wrote :

This simply means that the 'audioresample' element isn't installed on your system. Upstream, audioresample is part of gst-plugins-base. I'm not familiar with Suse and don't know how it packages gstreamer modules, but my guess is that whoever packaged KungFu for Suse missed a dependency.

Jason Gerard DeRose (jderose) wrote :

I'm going to go ahead and reject this as this isn't a problem with KungFu itself.

Changed in kungfu:
status: Confirmed → Rejected
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