Wonderful news! I hope this is a proper forum for posting feedback on the
Installed it from the Ubuntu Jaunty PPA in Jaunty 64 bit. On first run, I
was able to drag an AVI (XVID MPEG-4, 640x480 at 30fps with Mono ADPCM audio
at 44.1KHz) into the clip library, but got an error:
GStreamer encountered a general stream error.
gstavidemux.c(4163): gst_avi_demux_loop ():
streaming stopped, reason not-linked
This resulted in no video playing back from the timeline.
However, when right-clicking a clip in the library, I was able to play it
from there. Since doing this once to one clip, I'm now able to drag all my
files of this type to the timeline with no errors, and playback so far is
flawless. It seemed as if playing a clip from the library caused playback
in the timeline to work, ignoring or fixing the previous error.
If this is not the right place for this sort of comment, please accept my
apologies, reply with a link to the proper forum, and I'll post it there.
Edward Hervey wrote:
> Hi all,
> We got a bit delayed, but it's happened at last. The PiTiVi team is
> proud to announce the first 0.13 pre-release.
> Tarball available here:
> For those using Jaunty, we've also made pitivi (and all required
> dependencies) available on the gstreamer-developers PPA:
> Testing, feedbacks, bug reports are welcome as usual on bugzilla:
> Unless blockers popup, expect the 0.13.1 release next monday (25th
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