On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 11:14 AM, Patrick Matthäi <pmatthaei@...> wrote:
> Am 30.05.2013 22:08, schrieb Dan Dennedy:
>>> are you aware of this issue? For myself, this is new!
>> Kdenlive is already compatible with avconv since version 0.9.4. So, if
>> this is an upgrade request, then the justification makes perfect
>> sense. MLT does not use libav/ffmpeg executables directly and is
>> already compatible with both projects' libs. Or, are you just saying
>> you are unaware of the libav fork?
> Ah, nice to know, thanks for the information!
> I remember that kdenlive and/or mlt used the ffmpeg binary (in the
> past). I currently have not access to my Linux desktops, so I can not
> check the current status, so is there anything I have to change at the
> most up to date mlt and kdenlive packages to support this transition?
Not that I am aware of, but I maybe you want to hear from one of the
regular kdenlive devs.
Yes, it is still compatible with ffmpeg executable. The Config Wizard
looks for various helpers, and it first searches for ffmpeg and if
that is not found, searches for avconv. Also, the wizard is re-run
upon first launch after an upgrade. Lastly, the paths are configurable