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pault
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ffmpeg

Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:31 pm
Trying to RIP a DVD so I can play it on my new TV, K3B fails with unable to open /usr/lib64/transcode/ffmpeg.cfg. How do get one of these? SuSE 12.2 all updates, K3B 2.02.
Thanks, Paul.
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Fri Aug 09, 2013 4:24 pm
whose K3b package are you using? the openSUSE mailing list suggests it to be a Packman issue https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=779660 , try the openSUSE version of K3b (though it might be a ffmpeg problem)

this implies it's a ffmpeg issue not K3b http://www.marshut.com/srint/transcode- ... patch.html

either way it appears to be Packman packaging

personally I'd use K9copy (from Packman) to rip a dvd


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Mon Aug 12, 2013 10:46 am
pault wrote:Trying to RIP a DVD so I can play it on my new TV, K3B fails with unable to open /usr/lib64/transcode/ffmpeg.cfg. How do get one of these? SuSE 12.2 all updates, K3B 2.02.
Thanks, Paul.

This message about ffmpeg.cfg is harmless and can be ignored.

google01103 wrote:whose K3b package are you using? the openSUSE mailing list suggests it to be a Packman issue https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=779660 , try the openSUSE version of K3b (though it might be a ffmpeg problem)

this implies it's a ffmpeg issue not K3b http://www.marshut.com/srint/transcode- ... patch.html

either way it appears to be Packman packaging

Actually it is an issue in transcode. It only supports ffmpeg < 0.7 and crashes with 0.7.x.
But as your 2nd link shows this is already fixed with a patch by me in the latest transcode package in Packman.

See also viewtopic.php?f=153&t=112111 .

@pault:
So, which transcode version do you have installed?
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rpm -qi transcode

You should have at least transcode-1.1.5-109.1 for ffmpeg output to work.

 
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