Tumblerd causes system crash (OOM)
linuxhippy at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 18:22:46 CET 2012
First of all my usual thanks for xfce :)
> I figure that we'll need to drop the GStreamer plugin and replace
> it with something new. It's just too buggy and the code was written by
> someone else who is not involved with Xfce or Tumbler development at
Glad to hear the issue will be dealt with (one or the other way), my
main concern was out-of-the-box experience.
> Just curious: why was FFmpeg dropped in the first case?
My guess is to support more formats than "just" those supported by ffmpeg.
2012/2/17 Mathias Brodala <info at noctus.net>:
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> Jannis Pohlmann, 17.02.2012 01:44:
>> I figure that we'll need to drop the GStreamer plugin [from
>> tumbler] and replace it with something new. It's just too buggy and
>> the code was written by someone else who is not involved with Xfce
>> or Tumbler development at all.
> Just curious: why was FFmpeg dropped in the first case? The current
> Gstreamer thumbnailer is pretty much useless for me unless I install
> the gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg package which obviously passes the job back
> to FFmpeg in the end.
> Small related nitpick: the Gstreamer movie thumbnails don't have a
> movie strip overlay like the ones generated via FFmpeg had. Any way to
> bring this back?
> Regards, Mathias
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