[Spice-devel] Inverted video on RHEL 64-bit connected from Win7 Client...
Naga Mohan Pothula
nagamohan.pothula at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 14 11:33:45 PDT 2011
Thank you all for your prompt responses.
This issue comes all the time for Youtube videos.
Consistent flickering happens for Disney videos because frequent flipped and
normal videos appear.
I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS to host KVM Hypervisor/Spice server.
My concern here is this issue happens with RHEL6 only not with Fedora12
connected from Windows client.
If this issue happens even with Fedora12 then I can think of spice module
location before creating JPEG.
Generally, when we capture screen or any particular region, the bitmap
co-ordinates are reversed. So we need to specify negative for the co-ordinates
before converting to JPEG image.
Hence, i need to see in other directions for fixing this bug.
From: The Ha <tha at math.ubc.ca>
To: Naga Mohan Pothula <nagamohan.pothula at yahoo.com>
Cc: spice-devel at lists.freedesktop.org
Sent: Thu, April 14, 2011 12:34:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Spice-devel] Inverted video on RHEL 64-bit connected from Win7
I have exactly the same Inverted video issue. Both spicec/spicy client are OK.
Only happen when I use Windows spice client.
Rhel6 KVM host hypervisor spice server.
I mean to upgrade spice server but too busy to do that.
Spice guests tested are Ubuntu 10.10 and 10.04 LTS
I am glad that you tested all the latest and still having the same issue.
That experiment will save us lot of time. Tx.
What OS Distro you use to host KVM Hypervisor/Spice server ?
On Thu, 14 Apr 2011, Naga Mohan Pothula wrote:
> Initially, I downloaded and built Spice v0.6.3. I did testing on RHEL6.0
> OS connected from Windows7 32-bit client and noticed Inverted video problem
> while watching youtube, disney videos.
> I did same testing on Fedora 12 connected from Windows7 32-bit client and
> haven't seen this issue. The same issue exists even with Spice v0.8.0.
> This issue doesn't happen when RHEL 6.0 64-bit connected from Ubuntu10.04
> I haven't noticed Qemu version to be downloaded anywhere in the documentation
> for Spice v0.8.0.
> Thus Qemu, Pixman and Celt are maintained same for both Spice v0.8.0 and Spice
> If I downloaded wrong versions of above modules, please let me know.
> Could anyone let me know suggestions how to proceed for fixing this problem?
> Appreciated your help in advance...
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