Crash window when i import an video or an audio file

Reported by Olivier Girard on 2009-07-05
36
This bug affects 7 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
OpenShot Video Editor
Undecided
Jonathan Thomas

Bug Description

Hello Jonathan.
I have done another installation on a kubuntu 9.04 jaunty with the builder_wizard 1.03 in my other computer/
I have choose the third option to have the least version of Ffmpeg. I've done that 2 times but it's always the same. I can create a project without problems but when i want to import an video (i.e. flv, mpeg, xvid) or an audio (iemp3,ogg) the window is crashing each time with always "Error of segmentation".
After i have tried your solution about x264.
I'm sorry but it's the same thing.
i have an error of type : cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ x264
x264 [error]: No input file. Run x264 --help for a list of options.
i have tried to see if i have libavformat-dev with the melt command but you can see the result below:
cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
---
producers:
  - vorbis
  - frei0r.ising0r
  - frei0r.lissajous0r
  - frei0r.nois0r
  - frei0r.onecol0r
  - frei0r.partik0l
  - framebuffer
  - xml
  - xml-string
  - libdv
  - color
  - colour
  - consumer
  - loader
  - hold
  - noise
  - ppm
  - kino
  - melt
  - melt_file
  - pango
  - pixbuf
  - slowmotion
  - pgm
...
an idea perhaps ? ffmpeg ?
I'am thinking more and more that a ppa could be the best solution with a binaire file for freior-plugin, mlt, x264, ffmpeg.
We could see more easy (perhaps, really i don't know) the errors but it's always the same "error of segmentation". We could have more people for testing. Isn't it ?
I haven't test that in my hardy, yet.

Jonathan Thomas (jonoomph) wrote :

I have not tested with kubuntu yet. It has only been tested with Ubuntu 8.04, 8.10, and 9.04. I have posted manual build instructions on another bug report for you. Hopefully we'll figure this out soon. =)

Changed in openshot:
assignee: nobody → Jonathan Thomas (jonoomph)

Me too, it's a big problem.

2009/7/7 Jonathan Thomas <email address hidden>

> I have not tested with kubuntu yet. It has only been tested with Ubuntu
> 8.04, 8.10, and 9.04. I have posted manual build instructions on
> another bug report for you. Hopefully we'll figure this out soon. =)
>
> ** Changed in: openshot
> Assignee: (unassigned) => Jonathan Thomas (jonoomph)
>
> --
> Crash window when i import an video or an audio file
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/395801
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>
> Status in Non-Linear Video Editor for Linux: New
>
> Bug description:
> Hello Jonathan.
> I have done another installation on a kubuntu 9.04 jaunty with the
> builder_wizard 1.03 in my other computer/
> I have choose the third option to have the least version of Ffmpeg. I've
> done that 2 times but it's always the same. I can create a project without
> problems but when i want to import an video (i.e. flv, mpeg, xvid) or an
> audio (iemp3,ogg) the window is crashing each time with always "Error of
> segmentation".
> After i have tried your solution about x264.
> I'm sorry but it's the same thing.
> i have an error of type : cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ x264
> x264 [error]: No input file. Run x264 --help for a list of options.
> i have tried to see if i have libavformat-dev with the melt command but you
> can see the result below:
> cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
> ---
> producers:
> - vorbis
> - frei0r.ising0r
> - frei0r.lissajous0r
> - frei0r.nois0r
> - frei0r.onecol0r
> - frei0r.partik0l
> - framebuffer
> - xml
> - xml-string
> - libdv
> - color
> - colour
> - consumer
> - loader
> - hold
> - noise
> - ppm
> - kino
> - melt
> - melt_file
> - pango
> - pixbuf
> - slowmotion
> - pgm
> ...
> an idea perhaps ? ffmpeg ?
> I'am thinking more and more that a ppa could be the best solution with a
> binaire file for freior-plugin, mlt, x264, ffmpeg.
> We could see more easy (perhaps, really i don't know) the errors but it's
> always the same "error of segmentation". We could have more people for
> testing. Isn't it ?
> I haven't test that in my hardy, yet.
>

--
Cenwen un elfe sur la banquise

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :
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i have done that you want about x264 :
                                              Essai selon la methode preconisee par jonathan

Maybe the x264 project failed to build, and thus FFmpeg failed to build.
Try these manual steps in a terminal window and see if it configures and
builds correctly:

******** Replace x264 folder with newest version ********
sudo rm ~/x264 -r
git clone git://http://git.videolan.org/x264.git">git.videolan.org/x264.git ~/x264
cd ~/x264

******** Configure and build x264. Check for errors. ********
./configure --enable-shared
sudo make clean
sudo make

******** Install x264 ********
sudo make install
sudo ldconfig

******** Test ********
See if the terminal finds this command:
x264

Please let me know if this gets any errors. Good luck.

enter an integer in the Frames per Image textbox

It give me that (i have found a solution to recupare all the integral commands lines in Basket; there is 2 days that i was trying!!!!):
 terminal
terminal

cenwen@Triton:~$ sudo rm ~/x264 -r
cenwen@Triton:~$ git clone git://git.videolan.org/x264.git ~/x264
Initialized empty Git repository in /home/cenwen/x264/.git/
remote: Counting objects: 8223, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (1629/1629), done.
remote: Total 8223 (delta 6615), reused 8135 (delta 6554)
Receiving objects: 100% (8223/8223), 1.94 MiB | 114 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (6615/6615), done.
cenwen@Triton:~$ cd ~/x264
cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ ./configure --enable-shared
Platform: X86
System: LINUX
asm: yes
avis input: no
mp4 output: no
pthread: yes
debug: no
gprof: no
PIC: no
shared: yes
visualize: no

You can run 'make' or 'make fprofiled' now.
cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ sudo make
rm -f .depend
gcc -O4 -ffast-math -Wall -I. -DHAVE_MALLOC_H -march=i686 -DHAVE_MMX -DARCH_X86 -DSYS_LINUX -DHAVE_PTHREAD -s -fomit-frame-pointer common/mc.c -MT common/mc.o -MM -g0 1>> .depend; gcc -O4 -ffast-math -Wall -I. -DHAVE_MALLOC_H -march=i686 -DHAVE_MMX -DARCH_X86 -DSYS_LINUX -DHAVE_PTHREAD -s -fomit-frame-pointer common/predict.c -MT common/predict.o -MM -g0 1>> .depend; gcc -O4 -ffast-math -Wall -I. -DHAVE_MALLOC_H -march=i686 -DHAV...

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :
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I have tried the new version of the build wizard with the option 3 for ffmpeg and it's always the same. I have a fault of segmentation . Here :
cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ python OpenShot.py
--------------------------------
Loading OpenShot (version 0.8.2)
--------------------------------
/home/cenwen/openshot/main/windows/SimpleGladeApp.py:337: GtkWarning: gtk_toolbar_set_icon_size: assertion `icon_size != GTK_ICON_SIZE_INVALID' failed
  return gtk.glade.XML(self.glade_path, root, domain)
A new frmMain has been created
on_mnuNewProject_activate called with self.mnuNewProject
init
A new frmNewProject has been created
on_cmbProjectType_changed called with self.cmbProjectType
on_cmbProjectType_changed called with self.cmbProjectType
on_cmbProjectType_changed called with self.cmbProjectType
on_frmNewProject_response called with self.frmNewProject
on_btnCreateProject_clicked called with self.btnCreateProject1
project saved! - njkl
on_frmNewProject_destroy called with self.frmNewProject
on_tlbImportFiles_clicked called with self.tlbImportFiles
Erreur de segmentation
I have tried that and we see that we don't have libavformat-dev
cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
---
producers:
  - vorbis
  - frei0r.ising0r
  - frei0r.lissajous0r
  - frei0r.nois0r
  - frei0r.onecol0r
  - frei0r.partik0l
  - framebuffer
  - xml ...

Jonathan Thomas (jonoomph) wrote :

So it's definitely a problem compiling x264... and then FFmpeg not finding x264... and then MLT not finding FFmpeg.

Check this out:
http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-123967.html

It might be related to your CPU type. Can you tell me your Computer configuration (i.e. AMD, Intel Core2, Laptop, 32bit /64 bit)???

Thanks!
-Jonathan

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :
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Ahh i have forgotten to tell you something on the other mail. I can compile
ffmpeg and x264 on my hardy. it'miss me a C compiler .I don't know what is
it. I have compile just before amr and it's ok.
First computer
Pentium 4 2.4 ghz Northwood 2002
32 bits DD 160 go and 250 go PATA
CM FIC VG 31
MSI MX 420
500 mo sdram
an hardy and a kde mandriva 2008.1 spring (donn't walk)
an kubuntu 9.04 and windaubbb xp

2sd computer
AMD 3700 "San Diego"
CM Asus AN8N-sli-deluxe
Leadteak 7600 GT
3 go DDR1
DD samsung sinpoint F1 32 MO cache 1 TO (SATA) with an ubuntu jaunty 64 bits
and a mandriva (kde) 2009.1 spring
DD Western digital 16 MO cache 500 GO (SATA) with an intrepid 32 bits and a
debian (etch first) lenny now 32 bits

3rd computer (in september i hope) special configuration multi-media (video
and photos)
phenon x2 4 955 BE or 965 BE or perhaps a core i5 ( i don't know for the
moment)
CM asus M4**** or Gigabyte ******
6 go DDR3 OCZ 1333
Raid 0 1 or 5 (i prefer) with 2 or 3 DD (for 5) 32 mo cache Samsung 1TO for
each HD
AMD 4850 (overclokee)

4computer HTPC (in preparation)

5 computer latop acer or dell
but i'm dreaming and if my wife hadn' killed me before (for the number 3 and
4)
I hope.
I 'm going to read the post on doom9 THE site on the video .

2009/7/10 Jonathan Thomas <email address hidden>

> So it's definitely a problem compiling x264... and then FFmpeg not
> finding x264... and then MLT not finding FFmpeg.
>
> Check this out:
> http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-123967.html
>
> It might be related to your CPU type. Can you tell me your Computer
> configuration (i.e. AMD, Intel Core2, Laptop, 32bit /64 bit)???
>
> Thanks!
> -Jonathan
>
> --
> Crash window when i import an video or an audio file
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/395801
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>
> Status in OpenShot Video Editor: New
>
> Bug description:
> Hello Jonathan.
> I have done another installation on a kubuntu 9.04 jaunty with the
> builder_wizard 1.03 in my other computer/
> I have choose the third option to have the least version of Ffmpeg. I've
> done that 2 times but it's always the same. I can create a project without
> problems but when i want to import an video (i.e. flv, mpeg, xvid) or an
> audio (iemp3,ogg) the window is crashing each time with always "Error of
> segmentation".
> After i have tried your solution about x264.
> I'm sorry but it's the same thing.
> i have an error of type : cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ x264
> x264 [error]: No input file. Run x264 --help for a list of options.
> i have tried to see if i have libavformat-dev with the melt command but you
> can see the result below:
> cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
> ---
> producers:
> - vorbis
> - frei0r.ising0r
> - frei0r.lissajous0r
> - frei0r.nois0r
> - frei0r.onecol0r
> - frei0r.partik0l
> - framebuffer
> - xml
> - xml-string
> - libdv
> - color
> - colour
> - consumer
> - loader
> - hold
> - noise
> - ppm
> - kino
> - melt
> - melt_file
> - pango
> - pixbuf
> - slowmotion
> - pgm
> ...
> an idea perhaps ? ffmpeg ?
> I'am thinking more and more that a ppa could be the best soluti...

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SnowBall (dormansd) wrote :

Hello Jonathan,

I do have the same problem.
As soon as I import a video file *.avi, *.dv., the openshot video editor windows close down.
So it's impossible to work :-(

I've tested on 2 computers with 2 different OS.
I also tried the 3 different options about the ffmpeg encoder.

Computers & OS:
-Laptop Acer Extensa 5220
  Intel Celeron 560 2.13Ghz
  2Gb RAM
  Ubuntu 9.04 - Core 2.6.28-13-generic

-Generic Desktop
  AMD Athlon 64 2800+
  1Gb RAM
  Ubuntu Studio 9.04 64
  Core 2.6.28-3-rt

Regards.

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :
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Jonathan it's working and the first time. Before i have compile amr-nb
amr-wr and x264 . After i have tried to compile the lest version of ffmpeg
but i could'nt ("no configure") it's funny because i have just compile
before amr and x264.
In all cases, it's work on a jauntu 64 bits. but i'm a little disapointed
for snowball for this jauty 64 bits. For me now it's work but when ihave
done the installation (with choice 3 ) it put out 2mandvd, dvd-author dvdrip
dvd-slideshow winff videottrans ffmpeg and ihaven't install it yet.
Whaooo it's wonderfull . I have seen that your are on gmail you and olivier
saraja. Tomorrow, we could speak together, (i hope) because i'm not good to
"tchat"i have tried to configure pidgin but it don't work. i'll see tomorow
correctly.
You can see that my cpu isn't in fault but i have certainly an error. me i'm
thining for the compilateur GCC 4***. I'm not sure but i believe that there
is a problem with one.
See you tomorrow.

2009/7/11 SnowBall <email address hidden>

> Hello Jonathan,
>
> I do have the same problem.
> As soon as I import a video file *.avi, *.dv., the openshot video editor
> windows close down.
> So it's impossible to work :-(
>
> I've tested on 2 computers with 2 different OS.
> I also tried the 3 different options about the ffmpeg encoder.
>
> Computers & OS:
> -Laptop Acer Extensa 5220
> Intel Celeron 560 2.13Ghz
> 2Gb RAM
> Ubuntu 9.04 - Core 2.6.28-13-generic
>
> -Generic Desktop
> AMD Athlon 64 2800+
> 1Gb RAM
> Ubuntu Studio 9.04 64
> Core 2.6.28-3-rt
>
> Regards.
>
> --
> Crash window when i import an video or an audio file
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/395801
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>
> Status in OpenShot Video Editor: New
>
> Bug description:
> Hello Jonathan.
> I have done another installation on a kubuntu 9.04 jaunty with the
> builder_wizard 1.03 in my other computer/
> I have choose the third option to have the least version of Ffmpeg. I've
> done that 2 times but it's always the same. I can create a project without
> problems but when i want to import an video (i.e. flv, mpeg, xvid) or an
> audio (iemp3,ogg) the window is crashing each time with always "Error of
> segmentation".
> After i have tried your solution about x264.
> I'm sorry but it's the same thing.
> i have an error of type : cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ x264
> x264 [error]: No input file. Run x264 --help for a list of options.
> i have tried to see if i have libavformat-dev with the melt command but you
> can see the result below:
> cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
> ---
> producers:
> - vorbis
> - frei0r.ising0r
> - frei0r.lissajous0r
> - frei0r.nois0r
> - frei0r.onecol0r
> - frei0r.partik0l
> - framebuffer
> - xml
> - xml-string
> - libdv
> - color
> - colour
> - consumer
> - loader
> - hold
> - noise
> - ppm
> - kino
> - melt
> - melt_file
> - pango
> - pixbuf
> - slowmotion
> - pgm
> ...
> an idea perhaps ? ffmpeg ?
> I'am thinking more and more that a ppa could be the best solution with a
> binaire file for freior-plugin, mlt, x264, ffmpeg.
> We could see more easy (perhaps, really i don't know) the er...

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Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :

i post the result of the command melt when it's working.
olivier@Triton:~$ melt -query producers
---
producers:
  - kino
  - vorbis
  - slowmotion
  - avformat
  - pgm
  - framebuffer
  - color
  - colour
  - consumer
  - loader
  - hold
  - noise
  - ppm
  - melt
  - melt_file
  - pango
  - pixbuf
  - frei0r.ising0r
  - frei0r.lissajous0r
  - frei0r.nois0r
  - frei0r.onecol0r
  - frei0r.partik0l
  - libdv
  - xml
  - xml-string
...
Another question.
When i install OpenShot he is un-installing a lot of dependences like (for me) 2mandvd, ekd, dvd-slideshow, dvd-author, dvdrip, videotrans, winff and also ffmpeg x264. Can i re-install this dependences without danger for the working of OpenShot ? Relly i'm not hot to try.

Jonathan Thomas (jonoomph) wrote :

I'm not sure what will happen when you re-install those programs. Only one way to find out. =)

Snowball, sorry you are having trouble. I think there is a problem with Core 2 processors. Just an observation. I'll have a real installer (.deb) soon, so you might just hold on a few days until I can get that ready. Otherwise, you will need to install the newest version of FFmpeg manually (you can find instructions via google), and then use option 1 with the build wizard.

Thanks!

SnowBall (dormansd) wrote :

Hi,

No big deal, It's still a 'young' software so little problems can happen ;-)
I'll try with the newest version of FFmpeg A.S.A.P.
And give a return..

Is there a way to perform a total uninstall of OpenshotVE ?
Simply to redo an installation from a clean base.

Thanks

SnowBall (dormansd) wrote :

I did install the latest ffmpeg and x264 version.
Infos from here : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=786095
And then re-install OpenShot with the option 1.

Unfortunately .. same problem.

Here are some complementary informations :

**********************************
Some Testing Post-installation.
**********************************

melt -query producers

  (This should include 'avformat' in the list, or MLT is not
  configured correctly.)

---
producers:
  - frei0r.ising0r
  - frei0r.lissajous0r
  - frei0r.nois0r
  - frei0r.onecol0r
  - frei0r.partik0l
  - slowmotion
  - framebuffer
  - xml
  - xml-string
  - libdv
  - melt
  - melt_file
  - vorbis
  - pango
  - pixbuf
  - kino
  - color
  - colour
  - consumer
  - loader
  - hold
  - noise
  - ppm
  - pgm
...
>>> no 'avformat' >>> is this the problem??

********************************************
This is the error I get when Openshot Crash.
********************************************

python ~/openshot/main/OpenShot.py
--------------------------------
Loading OpenShot (version 0.9.0)
--------------------------------
/home/david/openshot/main/windows/SimpleGladeApp.py:337: GtkWarning: gtk_toolbar_set_icon_size: assertion `icon_size != GTK_ICON_SIZE_INVALID' failed
  return gtk.glade.XML(self.glade_path, root, domain)
A new frmMain has been created
on_tlbImportFiles_clicked called with self.tlbImportFiles
Erreur de segmentation
***********************************

Regards..

Jonathan Thomas (jonoomph) wrote :

Yeah, the 'avformat' missing is the problem. As soon as that shows up in the list, OpenShot will work. There is no need to remove OpenShot before re-running the build wizard. It overwrites everything when you run the wizard. There is probably an error during the build process which might provide a clue to why it's not compiling. If you can find the error, we can go from there.

Also, can you past the results from this command:
$ ffmpeg -i

Thanks!

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :
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I have compared your informations of melt with me and you have all under
avformat.
For me i have for the commands following :
 olivier@Triton:~$ ffmpeg -format
FFmpeg version git-5fa56ea, Copyright (c) 2000-2009 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
  configuration: --enable-gpl --enable-nonfree --enable-shared
--enable-pthreads --enable-libx264 --enable-libfaac --enable-libtheora
--extra-cflags=-fPIC --extra-cflags=-DPIC
  libavutil 50. 3. 0 / 50. 3. 0
  libavcodec 52.32. 0 / 52.32. 0
  libavformat 52.36. 0 / 52.36. 0
  libavdevice 52. 2. 0 / 52. 2. 0
  libswscale 0. 7. 1 / 0. 7. 1
  built on Jul 11 2009 23:14:17, gcc: 4.3.3
ffmpeg: missing argument for option '-format'
olivier@Triton:~$ ffmpeg -i
FFmpeg version git-5fa56ea, Copyright (c) 2000-2009 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
  configuration: --enable-gpl --enable-nonfree --enable-shared
--enable-pthreads --enable-libx264 --enable-libfaac --enable-libtheora
--extra-cflags=-fPIC --extra-cflags=-DPIC
  libavutil 50. 3. 0 / 50. 3. 0
  libavcodec 52.32. 0 / 52.32. 0
  libavformat 52.36. 0 / 52.36. 0
  libavdevice 52. 2. 0 / 52. 2. 0
  libswscale 0. 7. 1 / 0. 7. 1
  built on Jul 11 2009 23:14:17, gcc: 4.3.3
ffmpeg: missing argument for option '-i'

2009/7/13 Jonathan Thomas <email address hidden>

> Yeah, the 'avformat' missing is the problem. As soon as that shows up
> in the list, OpenShot will work. There is no need to remove OpenShot
> before re-running the build wizard. It overwrites everything when you
> run the wizard. There is probably an error during the build process
> which might provide a clue to why it's not compiling. If you can find
> the error, we can go from there.
>
> Also, can you past the results from this command:
> $ ffmpeg -i
>
> Thanks!
>
> --
> Crash window when i import an video or an audio file
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/395801
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>
> Status in OpenShot Video Editor: New
>
> Bug description:
> Hello Jonathan.
> I have done another installation on a kubuntu 9.04 jaunty with the
> builder_wizard 1.03 in my other computer/
> I have choose the third option to have the least version of Ffmpeg. I've
> done that 2 times but it's always the same. I can create a project without
> problems but when i want to import an video (i.e. flv, mpeg, xvid) or an
> audio (iemp3,ogg) the window is crashing each time with always "Error of
> segmentation".
> After i have tried your solution about x264.
> I'm sorry but it's the same thing.
> i have an error of type : cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ x264
> x264 [error]: No input file. Run x264 --help for a list of options.
> i have tried to see if i have libavformat-dev with the melt command but you
> can see the result below:
> cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
> ---
> producers:
> - vorbis
> - frei0r.ising0r
> - frei0r.lissajous0r
> - frei0r.nois0r
> - frei0r.onecol0r
> - frei0r.partik0l
> - framebuffer
> - xml
> - xml-string
> - libdv
> - color
> - colour
> - consumer
> - loader
> - hold
> - noise
> - ppm
> - kino
> - melt
> - melt_file
> - pango
> - pixbuf
> - slowmotion
> - pgm
> ...
> an idea ...

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SnowBall (dormansd) wrote :

Here is the result of the ffmpeg -format command:

~$ ffmpeg -format
FFmpeg version SVN-r19424, Copyright (c) 2000-2009 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
  configuration: --enable-gpl --enable-nonfree --enable-pthreads --enable-libfaac --enable-libfaad --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libtheora --enable-libx264 --enable-libxvid --enable-x11grab
  libavutil 50. 3. 0 / 50. 3. 0
  libavcodec 52.32. 0 / 52.32. 0
  libavformat 52.36. 0 / 52.36. 0
  libavdevice 52. 2. 0 / 52. 2. 0
  libswscale 0. 7. 1 / 0. 7. 1
  built on Jul 13 2009 16:33:32, gcc: 4.3.3

I've done several installation with the wizard even on my laptop and on my desktop.
The result stay the same.
So, to me, the 64 or the 32bits processor don't have any influence here.

If I understand good, I need to re-compile the 'mlt' to get (or not) the 'avformat'.
The 'avformat' hasn't anything to do with ffmpeg. (for compiling matter, I mean) ?!!?

To be honest, I not very familiar with that.. ;-)

Anyway, if I don't find the problem... a *.deb package is on the way ->thanks for the work Jonathan.

***********
<french mode>
Oui cenwen,
Je suis francophone (Belgique).
J'ai tenté plusieurs réinstallation à l'aide du wizard et dans différentes configurations mais le problème reste le même.
J'ai compilé la dernière version de ffmpeg (voir post précédent pour le lien 'tuto').
Dès que je tente d'importer quoi que ce soit dans openshot (*.avi, *.dv, *.mp3, *.jpg,...), il crash.
Si je ne trouve pas le problème du avformat, il restera le futur paquet .deb que Jonathan est occupé à préparer.
Voilà, A+
</french mode>

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :
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J'ai eu le meme probleme sur ma hardy et ma kubuntu toutes les deux en 32
bits, d'ailleurs je déconseille pour l'instant sur le post que j'ai ouvert
sur le forum d'ubuntu d'installer sur les 32 bits. Je me suis rendu compte
grace à helen et à fredthefrench que cela fonctionnait bien sur les 64 bits.
Du coup je suis repassé sur mon autre disque qui avait mon systeme
principal (une jaunty) en 64 bits. J'ai compilé x264 et amr (pour avoir
l'accés au format 3ggp, ça peut toujours servir, du temps que j'y étais).
Quand j'ai voulu compilé la derniere version de ffmpeg, j'ai pas pu ,
sois-disant je n'avais pas de compilateur !!!!!!
Par contre mon installation c'est faite sans probleme avec le choix 3 .
Mais, elle était beaucoup plus longue que sur mon autre ordinateur.
Personnellement je pense à un probleme avec le compilateur gcc, meme si
ffmpeg n'est pas à exclure encore. Le conseil que je te donnerai, c'est
d'essayer que sur ta 64 bits et de refaire une compilation de ffmpeg,
avformat le concernant et tu as peut-etre eu une erreur de compilation comme
le pense jonathan. On a les memes infos et le meme compilateur gcc4.3.3.
T'as la version 0.90 ? Moi c'est la 0.82 Vivement que les deb et le ppa
arrivent, cela simplifiera les choses mais ce n'est pas évident à faire car
le programme est en python, prog qui ne necessite pas de compilateur pour
fonctionner. J'ai tellement insisté auprès de jonathan pour avoir des deb[?]
[?][?][?]

2009/7/13 SnowBall <email address hidden>

> Here is the result of the ffmpeg -format command:
>
> ~$ ffmpeg -format
> FFmpeg version SVN-r19424, Copyright (c) 2000-2009 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
> configuration: --enable-gpl --enable-nonfree --enable-pthreads
> --enable-libfaac --enable-libfaad --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libtheora
> --enable-libx264 --enable-libxvid --enable-x11grab
> libavutil 50. 3. 0 / 50. 3. 0
> libavcodec 52.32. 0 / 52.32. 0
> libavformat 52.36. 0 / 52.36. 0
> libavdevice 52. 2. 0 / 52. 2. 0
> libswscale 0. 7. 1 / 0. 7. 1
> built on Jul 13 2009 16:33:32, gcc: 4.3.3
>
>
> I've done several installation with the wizard even on my laptop and on my
> desktop.
> The result stay the same.
> So, to me, the 64 or the 32bits processor don't have any influence here.
>
> If I understand good, I need to re-compile the 'mlt' to get (or not) the
> 'avformat'.
> The 'avformat' hasn't anything to do with ffmpeg. (for compiling matter, I
> mean) ?!!?
>
> To be honest, I not very familiar with that.. ;-)
>
> Anyway, if I don't find the problem... a *.deb package is on the way
> ->thanks for the work Jonathan.
>
> ***********
> <french mode>
> Oui cenwen,
> Je suis francophone (Belgique).
> J'ai tenté plusieurs réinstallation à l'aide du wizard et dans différentes
> configurations mais le problème reste le même.
> J'ai compilé la dernière version de ffmpeg (voir post précédent pour le
> lien 'tuto').
> Dès que je tente d'importer quoi que ce soit dans openshot (*.avi, *.dv,
> *.mp3, *.jpg,...), il crash.
> Si je ne trouve pas le problème du avformat, il restera le futur paquet
> .deb que Jonathan est occupé à préparer.
> Voilà, A+
> </french mode>
>
> --
> Crash window when i import an video or...

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Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :
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J'oubliais , le post est
ici<http://forum.ubuntu-fr.org/viewtopic.php?id=329373>:

2009/7/13 Olivier Girard <email address hidden>

> J'ai eu le meme probleme sur ma hardy et ma kubuntu toutes les deux en 32
> bits, d'ailleurs je déconseille pour l'instant sur le post que j'ai ouvert
> sur le forum d'ubuntu d'installer sur les 32 bits. Je me suis rendu compte
> grace à helen et à fredthefrench que cela fonctionnait bien sur les 64 bits.
> Du coup je suis repassé sur mon autre disque qui avait mon systeme
> principal (une jaunty) en 64 bits. J'ai compilé x264 et amr (pour avoir
> l'accés au format 3ggp, ça peut toujours servir, du temps que j'y étais).
> Quand j'ai voulu compilé la derniere version de ffmpeg, j'ai pas pu ,
> sois-disant je n'avais pas de compilateur !!!!!!
> Par contre mon installation c'est faite sans probleme avec le choix 3 .
> Mais, elle était beaucoup plus longue que sur mon autre ordinateur.
> Personnellement je pense à un probleme avec le compilateur gcc, meme si
> ffmpeg n'est pas à exclure encore. Le conseil que je te donnerai, c'est
> d'essayer que sur ta 64 bits et de refaire une compilation de ffmpeg,
> avformat le concernant et tu as peut-etre eu une erreur de compilation comme
> le pense jonathan. On a les memes infos et le meme compilateur gcc4.3.3.
> T'as la version 0.90 ? Moi c'est la 0.82 Vivement que les deb et le ppa
> arrivent, cela simplifiera les choses mais ce n'est pas évident à faire car
> le programme est en python, prog qui ne necessite pas de compilateur pour
> fonctionner. J'ai tellement insisté auprès de jonathan pour avoir des deb
> [?][?][?][?]
>
> 2009/7/13 SnowBall <email address hidden>
>
> Here is the result of the ffmpeg -format command:
>>
>> ~$ ffmpeg -format
>> FFmpeg version SVN-r19424, Copyright (c) 2000-2009 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
>> configuration: --enable-gpl --enable-nonfree --enable-pthreads
>> --enable-libfaac --enable-libfaad --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libtheora
>> --enable-libx264 --enable-libxvid --enable-x11grab
>> libavutil 50. 3. 0 / 50. 3. 0
>> libavcodec 52.32. 0 / 52.32. 0
>> libavformat 52.36. 0 / 52.36. 0
>> libavdevice 52. 2. 0 / 52. 2. 0
>> libswscale 0. 7. 1 / 0. 7. 1
>> built on Jul 13 2009 16:33:32, gcc: 4.3.3
>>
>>
>> I've done several installation with the wizard even on my laptop and on my
>> desktop.
>> The result stay the same.
>> So, to me, the 64 or the 32bits processor don't have any influence here.
>>
>> If I understand good, I need to re-compile the 'mlt' to get (or not) the
>> 'avformat'.
>> The 'avformat' hasn't anything to do with ffmpeg. (for compiling matter, I
>> mean) ?!!?
>>
>> To be honest, I not very familiar with that.. ;-)
>>
>> Anyway, if I don't find the problem... a *.deb package is on the way
>> ->thanks for the work Jonathan.
>>
>> ***********
>> <french mode>
>> Oui cenwen,
>> Je suis francophone (Belgique).
>> J'ai tenté plusieurs réinstallation à l'aide du wizard et dans différentes
>> configurations mais le problème reste le même.
>> J'ai compilé la dernière version de ffmpeg (voir post précédent pour le
>> lien 'tuto').
>> Dès que je tente d'importer quoi que ce soit dans openshot (*.avi, *.dv,
>> *.mp3, ...

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SnowBall (dormansd) wrote :

Hi,

Open shot is working on my laptop now.

I've un-install ffmpeg via synaptic and then ran the installation with the new wizard 1.0.4.
I took the option 2 about the ffmpeg choices into the wizard.

I did the same on my Ubuntu Studio 64bit -> Open shot still crash as soon as I import any kind of document.
Same problem, the 'avformat'

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :

Hello snowball

i'm happy for you than you have a version which is working on one your
computer.
And it's nice to you part to post what you have done to resolve the problem.
The .debs are not far away. So soon.
Thanks Cenwen

2009/7/22 SnowBall <email address hidden>

> Hi,
>
> Open shot is working on my laptop now.
>
> I've un-install ffmpeg via synaptic and then ran the installation with the
> new wizard 1.0.4.
> I took the option 2 about the ffmpeg choices into the wizard.
>
> I did the same on my Ubuntu Studio 64bit -> Open shot still crash as soon
> as I import any kind of document.
> Same problem, the 'avformat'
>
> --
> Crash window when i import an video or an audio file
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/395801
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>
> Status in OpenShot Video Editor: New
>
> Bug description:
> Hello Jonathan.
> I have done another installation on a kubuntu 9.04 jaunty with the
> builder_wizard 1.03 in my other computer/
> I have choose the third option to have the least version of Ffmpeg. I've
> done that 2 times but it's always the same. I can create a project without
> problems but when i want to import an video (i.e. flv, mpeg, xvid) or an
> audio (iemp3,ogg) the window is crashing each time with always "Error of
> segmentation".
> After i have tried your solution about x264.
> I'm sorry but it's the same thing.
> i have an error of type : cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ x264
> x264 [error]: No input file. Run x264 --help for a list of options.
> i have tried to see if i have libavformat-dev with the melt command but you
> can see the result below:
> cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
> ---
> producers:
> - vorbis
> - frei0r.ising0r
> - frei0r.lissajous0r
> - frei0r.nois0r
> - frei0r.onecol0r
> - frei0r.partik0l
> - framebuffer
> - xml
> - xml-string
> - libdv
> - color
> - colour
> - consumer
> - loader
> - hold
> - noise
> - ppm
> - kino
> - melt
> - melt_file
> - pango
> - pixbuf
> - slowmotion
> - pgm
> ...
> an idea perhaps ? ffmpeg ?
> I'am thinking more and more that a ppa could be the best solution with a
> binaire file for freior-plugin, mlt, x264, ffmpeg.
> We could see more easy (perhaps, really i don't know) the errors but it's
> always the same "error of segmentation". We could have more people for
> testing. Isn't it ?
> I haven't test that in my hardy, yet.
>

--
Cenwen un elfe sur la banquise

Christian Jacobsen (cjacobsen) wrote :

In my case this is the error:

--------------------------------
Loading OpenShot (version 0.9.7)
--------------------------------
/home/cjacobsen/openshot/main/windows/SimpleGladeApp.py:337: GtkWarning: gtk_toolbar_set_icon_size: assertion `icon_size != GTK_ICON_SIZE_INVALID' failed
  return gtk.glade.XML(self.glade_path, root, domain)
A new frmMain has been created
Segmentation fault

And i found that in /var/log/messages:

Jul 23 14:27:08 cjacobsen kernel: [18295.108087] python[2374]: segfault at 4 ip b6928c87 sp bfcbbe90 error 4 in libmlt.so.0.4.5[b691c000+1f000]

I have an updated Ubuntu 9.04

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :

It'"s the same error each time. We thought than it will resolve with the
.deb
Which distribution an d architecture ?

2009/7/23 Christian Jacobsen <email address hidden>

> In my case this is the error:
>
> --------------------------------
> Loading OpenShot (version 0.9.7)
> --------------------------------
> /home/cjacobsen/openshot/main/windows/SimpleGladeApp.py:337: GtkWarning:
> gtk_toolbar_set_icon_size: assertion `icon_size != GTK_ICON_SIZE_INVALID'
> failed
> return gtk.glade.XML(self.glade_path, root, domain)
> A new frmMain has been created
> Segmentation fault
>
>
> And i found that in /var/log/messages:
>
> Jul 23 14:27:08 cjacobsen kernel: [18295.108087] python[2374]: segfault
> at 4 ip b6928c87 sp bfcbbe90 error 4 in libmlt.so.0.4.5[b691c000+1f000]
>
> I have an updated Ubuntu 9.04
>
> --
> Crash window when i import an video or an audio file
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/395801
> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
> of the bug.
>
> Status in OpenShot Video Editor: New
>
> Bug description:
> Hello Jonathan.
> I have done another installation on a kubuntu 9.04 jaunty with the
> builder_wizard 1.03 in my other computer/
> I have choose the third option to have the least version of Ffmpeg. I've
> done that 2 times but it's always the same. I can create a project without
> problems but when i want to import an video (i.e. flv, mpeg, xvid) or an
> audio (iemp3,ogg) the window is crashing each time with always "Error of
> segmentation".
> After i have tried your solution about x264.
> I'm sorry but it's the same thing.
> i have an error of type : cenwen@Triton:~/x264$ x264
> x264 [error]: No input file. Run x264 --help for a list of options.
> i have tried to see if i have libavformat-dev with the melt command but you
> can see the result below:
> cenwen@Triton:~/openshot/main$ melt -query producers
> ---
> producers:
> - vorbis
> - frei0r.ising0r
> - frei0r.lissajous0r
> - frei0r.nois0r
> - frei0r.onecol0r
> - frei0r.partik0l
> - framebuffer
> - xml
> - xml-string
> - libdv
> - color
> - colour
> - consumer
> - loader
> - hold
> - noise
> - ppm
> - kino
> - melt
> - melt_file
> - pango
> - pixbuf
> - slowmotion
> - pgm
> ...
> an idea perhaps ? ffmpeg ?
> I'am thinking more and more that a ppa could be the best solution with a
> binaire file for freior-plugin, mlt, x264, ffmpeg.
> We could see more easy (perhaps, really i don't know) the errors but it's
> always the same "error of segmentation". We could have more people for
> testing. Isn't it ?
> I haven't test that in my hardy, yet.
>

--
Cenwen un elfe sur la banquise

Christian Jacobsen (cjacobsen) wrote :

Ubuntu 9.04 x86

Andy Finch (fincha) on 2009-09-14
tags: added: install
Helen McCall (wildnfree) on 2009-09-16
Changed in openshot:
status: New → Fix Released
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