[gst-devel] Tell me about y4menc and other encoders. Followup
wb666greene at gmail.com
Wed Dec 8 16:56:57 CET 2010
Just to close the thread in case someone else has the same issue, the motion
jpeg avi issue is solved by adding a -e to the gst-launch command so a
Ctrl-C to stop the recording sends an EOS to the elements (gleaned from
another thread) which seems to cause the avimux to do something to the file
that is needed on Windows, but not on Linux (at least if playing back with
gstreamer via Totem).
I updated my K-lite Codecs on Windows but the theoraenc->oggmux ogv file
still doesn't play beyond the first few frames. Adding the -e made no
difference, although either ogv file plays on Windows using vlc-win32-1.1.5.
The ogg/theora video example files distributed with Ubuntu all play fine on
my windows system so it seems something is different between the
theoraenc->oggmux file and the Ubuntu distributed samples that vlc
understands, but breaks the most recent K-lite theora/ogg codec.
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