libmp3lame not recognised - 0.9.35

Reported by Helen McCall on 2009-09-21
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Bug Description

Only a few export settings work for me. And unfortunately all of them that work are ok on my machine but after processing by YouTube have all the audio up front at light speed (about 1 or 2 seconds of chipmunk chatter -- the video is normal).

Running with a console reveals messages like:

on_btnExportVideo_clicked
consumer_avformat.c: audio codec libmp3lame unrecognised - ignoring
Segmentation fault

I have libmp3lame installed (x64) both "regular" and "dev" flavors.

Any suggestions? If this were fixed and the issue when you cut video the audio goes out of sync (which I know is an MLT problem) I would actually be able to use this program -- which would be cool.

Thanks!

Helen McCall (wildnfree) wrote :

confirmed as bug:

Not the primary instance of OpenShot. Not starting queue watcher thread.
on_tlbMakeMovie_clicked called with self.tlbMakeMovie
on_cboProjectType_changed
on_cboExportTo_changed
on_cboProjectType_changed
on_btnExportVideo_clicked
consumer_avformat.c: audio codec libmp3lame unrecognised - ignoring
on_frmExportVideo_destroy

Helen

Changed in openshot:
status: New → Confirmed
tags: added: audio export
Al Williams (wd5gnr) wrote :

Thanks Helen, this is from the .deb installer. I am trying the wizard installer now although from your notes, perhaps that's not going to help. Reading Google, it looks like this is a problem with the underlying FFMPEG that also has affected KDENLIVE, but I haven't run it down all the way yet (ran out of time).

jinha (hamdori) wrote :

I am also having the same problem as Al.
One more additional thing I would like to report is that when I selected "libxvid" as video codec, I get same error message saying that "libxvid unrecognised - ignoring" message.

I haven't tried other combination, but it seems like there are several more codecs which will give same error.

Olivier Girard (eolinwen) wrote :

Hello
Could you tell us some precisions please like the system version, 32 or 64 bits, your ffmpeg version, the type of installation (ppa or deb). the codecs video and audio the container too, simple or advanced export....
And you have perhpas a track here : https://bugs.launchpad.net/openshot/+bug/508123
And is it the same with anothers codecs and containers ?
Thanks

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